C# - Using JQuery Instead Of AJAX To Simulate UpdatePanel Functionality?
Jun 6, 2010
I am developing an asp.net web application and stand on jQuery plug-ins for any aspects of my Interface. But unfortunately I have to use AJAX only for its UpdatePanel to enable partial rendering. Is there any way to use jQuery for partial rendering and act such an UpdatePanel?
Here's my situation:I've got a parent UpdatePanel (with ChildrenAsTriggers set to false and UpdateMode set to conditional) that contains a webpartzone which loads webparts with user controls inside them at runtime. Both the parent UpdatePanel and the child UpdatePanel (also set to ChildrenAsTriggers=false and UpdateMode=Conditional) obviously have triggers set up that are relevant to them.
The problem is that whenever the parent UpdatePanel fires an asynchronous postback, the child UpdatePanel in my user control gets fired off as well thereby causing my user control to be re-rendered. I don't want this to happen. Outside of initially loading the user control, I want that user control to only get updated/rendered again when a trigger inside itself is fired,not when the parent (outer framework) fires off one of its triggers. A ParentAsTrigger property (set to "false") for the child UpdatePanel would be perfect if it existed.
Note that I've tried eliminating the child UpdatePanel inside the user control and then loading the triggers for those controls to the parent UpdatePanel at runtime, but that doesn't work because the user control is being invoked within CreateChildControls() -- I get an exception when I attempt to do that.
If I set up a repeater that has LinkButton controls, an UpdatePanel works great. If I add child elements to the LinkButton,such as SPAN, the UpdatePanel stops working as expected. If you click on the area of the LinkButton everything still works, but if you click on the area of the SPAN inside of the LinkButton, you get a full PostBack.I've tried setting ChildrenAsTriggers to true and a few hundred other things. Nothing seems to work. I think the UpdatePanel sees that the "click" event happened on the SPAN and doesn't know to capture it for an async postback.
When the user click on TreeNew button appears the modal dialog, then he/she choose an option an click Ok button to do a postback.I need that the server side execute TreeNew_Click method: How can I do that?
If I use __doPostBack('TreeNew', '') it throws me the following error: "Object expected".
UPDATE:I found the origin for the error: the function __doPostBack is not defined. I'm not going to delete the question because I think Chris Clark's answer is so interesting.
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Here is the WebService Code
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