I have created a page that will auto-refresh every 5 seconds, however I would like the user to be able to choose how often the page refreshes. Is there any way to save the interval a user selects from a drop down list? Every time the page is refreshed the drop down list gets reset back to what it originally was at.
If it's easier to just update a panel I wouldn't mind doing it that way.
All my aspx pages using a master page. But from all pages, only one page need to refreshed every 60 second . How to refresh a page using <meta refresh> tag if that aspx pages using a master page? (dunno how to add <meta> tag in that aspx page dan set refresh rate programmatically)
I have a reorderlist... everytime the user adds an item. It displays on the top in the reorderlist control item template. I also want to display whatever the user enters to the right hand side inside a Panel control.
Now the thing is, the top part always get updated/refreshed correctly when the user Enter a new item, edit/delete an item, but my panel control doesn't get updated. I have to refresh to see it.
What I am trying to accomplish is if the user enter a new item, I want to query database and post that data in the panel control. I already got the part querying db worked, just that I have to manually refresh it to see the updates.
I have an overview in a Datalist with clickable elements. When clicking on an element it opens a popup where the user can chane element details. When clicking on finish the changes are saved and the popup is closed.
But on the main page there are still the old values, as of course it has not yet refreshed to get the new data. How can I make it happen, that after the shutdown of the popup the mainpage automatically refreshs?
I'm editing the aspx page via notepad & don't have the code behind as it is a 3rd party app.The below does a lookup to sql db then displays values in label textI would like the datasource to automatically refresh & update the label text every 2 min
I have written a program that users use to write new PO's. Whenever the page reads the database the page blanks out momentary (A few seconds). My database is on a server on the local network but this happens even on my test machine where the database and program are on the same machine.
I have a table on my page. I need to scroll down a little to get to that table. In that table i have som data that i edit and save to database. When the save is done i need to refresh the page( Response.Redirect(Request.RawUrl )) so it loads the new data to that table. When the refresh is done the page is on top again so that i need to scroll down again to see the table. This makes it very unusable for the user.
How can i refresh the page without it going back to top again? I tryed wrapping an updatepanel around the table but it didnt
I have a loop that runs through a variety of websites and I'd like to put some kind of a postback in the loop so that each time through a textbox would refresh with the url that is currently being considered. I don't know AJAX yet so I'd like to redo the webpage. I am currently using a session variable to hold data for display between page loads. I have tried
I am beginer for Ajax.In my project i have two main sites1.Customer site2.Admin site.In Admin site i have one Multiple textbox. I am binding all registered user names in multiple textbox from sql database.Using customer site registered user has logged means in admin site Multiple textbox should be showed the online user in different color.As the content is constantly changing in the database, I would like some sort of automatic refresh after a period of time.Does anyone know how i can multiple textbox every 1 minute?
If I make a change to my database (let's say I add a column to a table), is there any magical buttons that I can click to have my Linq to SQL model update to reflect the changes to my table? I had to create two additional columns yesterday, and both times I found myself destroying and then recreating the Linq model.
I'm working on a ASP.NET application which has a page that is taking around 10 seconds to load the information from database. This page has around 5 DevEx tabs, 10 light-weight popups, multiple drop downs and other web controls. I validated the database stored procedures used by this page and see that the proc execution process take less than 2-3 milliseconds. I also enabled page tracing and see that the overall page rendering process takes around 2 seconds. I'm unable to identify the right area where most of the time is elapsed. I'm trying to imrpove the overall page performance from 10 seconds to less than 1-2 seconds. I also verified that IIS server runs normally with minimal utilization and all other pages work normally. The issues seems to be only with this page.
I'm looking for the best approach to nail down this isse. Please let me know if you know of any profiling or performance monitoring tools to validate the ASP.NET page and identify the problem areas.
How can I automatically generate code for an aspx page that is automatically created inside of a directory? It would work similar to myspace. Where the user would create an account and their page could be accessedwww.domain.com/userpage . I know how to create the directory and I know how to create the aspx page, but how can I put the code on that aspx page to display their information that is stored in the sql db?