this is the first time i'm using jQuery dialogs so this question might be somewhat simple but i haven't found answers on this yet.
I'm using ASP.Net Ajax to perform an asynchronous postback when user enters something into a Textbox(actually scanning a barcode). This is working like a charm.Now i need to let the user decide between two options under certain conditions. Therefore i need the postback to decide if this dialog must be shown and what content it has.
Q: How to open a jQuery UI (modal) dialog from serverside, let the user choose an option, postback again to server and handle this decision.
I think i need AjaxControlToolkit.ToolkitScriptManager.RegisterClientScriptBlock to register the script that opens the dialog, am i right? If yes, what script opens the dialog onload?
Can i then postback to server by setting AutoPostback=true on the control(f.e. RadioButtons or a DropDownList)inside the dialog and handling the appropriate events?
What is the best/easiest way to accomplish what i'm trying?
Edit: I considered to encapsulate the dialog into an ASP.Net UserControl and show/hide it. Is this approach recommendable or will it conflict with jQuery in any way?
I am referring below url , there is one column which has some large data i dont want to show in grid, but on clicking show detail i want to show detail in Modal Popup, right now it shows blank data, is there any solution for it. URL..
I need to to export a file to the user. It takes 1-2 min to generate the file so I'd like to have the page go into a kind-of modal mode with a layover on the page and a 'Working' spinner showing. The problem is I can't make the modal stuff go away after Save File dialog is closed.
How can I remove the layover after the dialog is done?
im displaying an Dialog, its working well. but when i scroll down the page then there the popup is not visible(it rendered where it is displayed),i want to show the Dialog on the page entire place even if i scorll down/up.
need to open an aspx page (called editItem.aspx in code below) loaded dynamically inside a jQuery UI dialog from a parent aspx page. the child page has a button server control and should go back to parent page after postback. with the following code I get the error"The state information is invalid for this page and might be corrupted"
I want in my web application that when user opens the website, the very first screen should be a login modal pop up in the centre of the page and every thing around should be transparently black. This screen will take inputs i.e, ID and PW to login and will show other options like to register or visit as a guest.
Is there a way to show/hide (visible = true/false) a textbox and/or dropdownlist at PageLoad (or other Page cycle) from codebehind (I would like to check for some permission regarding current user and show/hide some controls from aspx page) ?
what i want to do is that , i have html.actionlink and i want when the user click show a ajax modal dialog to it and get the data.
for example in my view INVOICES i have <%html.actionlink("Select Customers","actionresult","controller")%> and i want when user click the link , show the modal dialog who contain the list of customers. after the user click one customers come back to my INVOICES view with the ID of selected customers.
I need to be able to pass the ID of the input element into jQuery, probably using the $(this) selector somehow. I'd like to be able to re-use the same code for multiple elements on the same form that require the customer ID look up. I also don't know how to create this kind of functionality inside the ASP.NET environment because it doesn't fundamentally allow more than one form inside one .aspx page.
I have a application that contains a gridview. When a user selects one of the items from the gridview, I want to be able to show a jQuery dialog box that contains a form with some pre-filled information from the selected item from the gridview. Right now I have a div with some html text boxes that is set to be a modal dialog box. The user clicks on it, and the selected item's ID is easily to retrieve. The problem comes when I want to go out to the database, get some of the details, then pre-fill in some of the textboxes and other elements before displaying the dialog box to the user.
An easy comparison is having a user click on an item so that they can submit a form to be processed with some of the items from the selection already filled in. I was wondering what the easiest way to go about this is. Right now I have it so that selecting an item from the gridview uses jQuery to do a Ajax post with the ID to a [WebMethod] in the code behind where it can then go off the database and get all the details of the record. The problem is that for obvious reasons the WebMethod can't magically fill in the fields of the form. I could send back all of the information to the ajax query to fill in, but that also feels pretty messy because there is no real strong connection from the random data I send back and which field they belong to.
A lot of this is pondering out loud, but I am really interested in better understanding how to use jQuery and Ajax within ASP.NET.
I am using jQuery dialog in asp.net. It is working fine for me. The problem is when I open the dialog box, I can still work parent page functionality. I don't want that. Just dialog to modal and should not allow focus on parent page.
Is there a straightforward way to use server-side validation with ASP.NET's validation controls in a form that's displayed in a modal dialog? I am using jQuery and SimpleModal (in C#, VS2010, .NET 4.0)I've got a modal form which works fine. I need to use a server-side validation because the logic depends on data specific to the record being accessedMy solution for the project I'm working on now is to use a jQuery ajax call to pass all the form data to the server and get back the validation results before allowing the post to proceed. But this is relatively time consuming to implement, and in some situations I'm dealing with now all the validation code exists already.
The first challenge is that of course the modal dialog will close on a full postback. So you could put an UpdatePanel inside the dialog... without even thinking about this too much, though, I assumed that it wouldn't work out that well. It doesn't. And the form which opens the modal dialog to begin with is already in an UpdatePanel, which further confuses matters.Anyway, I tried putting the contents of the modal form in an UpdatePanel for the heck of it. It does actually do a partial postback, the dialog remains open, but the contents of the dialog do not get updated with anything I change server side. If I close and re-open the dialog on the same page after testing the validation code, though, its contents are in fact updated to reflect these changes. Obviously the way the dialog is rendered is confusing ASP.NET. Or vice-versa. But this just seems sketchy from the get-go.
Rather than trying to hack my way through this problem I was hoping that others had some suggestions about a better way to approach this. Or just tell me I'm trying to hard too mix apples and oranges and I should keep it all client side (or client side + jQuery ajax) if that is the only sensible thing to do.
I think my title says it all. I have a modal dialog showing up and the user can make some changes and then click a 'Save' button. I need that to totally post back the whole page. I just assumed the button would fire off regardless of the jQuery.
I have a textbox txtPctDown inside an update panel. On textchanged, a sub is called that does a calculation and puts the result in to a label in a modal dialog. When the text changes, the sub is reached but the modal dialog doesn't appear. if I eliminate the UpdatePanel then everything works fine. I tried with an without using the textchanged as a trigger.
How do I get the modal dialog to appear when the text changes?
I have tried searching for the answer but have failed to get any insight into this problem. Look at the following two examples. [URL] (JQuery modal dialog without <input> element) Above pages have very simple JQuery modal dialog, whihc displays correctly in IE, Chrome, Safari and Opera. Unfortunately, Firefox does not display the modal dialog with <input> correctly. It displays the other one correctly. I have tried the following without resolution to this peculiar problem:
- Changed doctype - Used <table> to enclose <input> - Used <div> to enclose <input> - Used all possible CSS display attributes for <input>
I am trying to use confirmation dialog from jQuery UI.
I ran into this problem: how to trigger correctly the dialog and at the same time prevent trigger OnClick event specified at button until user click on Yes or No buttons at dialog?