Javascript - Register Script After Partial Page Postback (UpdatePanel)

Aug 26 10 at 0:06

I have a simple form (textbox, submit button) which is wrapped in an update panel.


I type some text in the textbox, click submit, then the server creates a database record and returns an object, which has properties like ID, Name, URL, Blah, etc. These are the values that the script requires.

So if i were to call a web service from the client-code, in order to get the values that were just created, i would need to do some hacks (get last record modified that has the value of the textbox). Not ideal, and neither is two AJAX calls for one form post. (update panel postback, then web service call).


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May 19 10 at 21:45

I am having problems selecting the text within a TextBox in an UpdatePanel in IE 8. Consider a very simple page that contains a single UpdatePanel. Within that UpdatePanel there are two Web controls:

A DropDownList with three statically-defined list items, whose AutoPostBack property is set to True, and
A TextBox Web control

The DropDownList has a server-side event handler for its SelectedIndexChanged event, and in that event handler there's two lines of code:


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<asp:ListItem Text="c" Value="c" />
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I think that is because the link button is rendered using a script and that script is not run after the post back.

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For the benefit of anyone searching for this answer, here is what I finally did that worked. At the top of the ascx page, I have the following code:

<script type="text/javascript">
function pageLoad(sender, args) {
function SavePosition(sender, args) {
document.getElementById('hdnScrollSaver').value = document.getElementById('reportTreeViewdiv').scrollTop;
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And then I wrapped the treeview in a div tag as follows:

<div class="reportTreeView" id="reportTreeViewdiv">
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Mar 04, 2010 04:39 AM

i got a strange problem. my project was ok before implimenting ajax. i have just implimented ajax in one page only with Tabcontainer and updatepanels only nothing else. almost all controls are devided into different Tabs with respective update panels.

mostly it is working ok. but the problem is :

1. in some controls i am not able to write anything even the control is "Enabled=True" and focus is on the same control after partial postback.

2. and as soon as i press Tab control goes to Address bar.

3. some time tab key is also not working.

here some code :


Here the Logic :

as soon as i type inception date; expirydate is automatically calculated and focus should come to sumassured. after this it should allowed to enter sumassured amount, which is not allowing to write.

As soon as i change tab and come back to original tab then i can write values normaly.

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I've created a dynamic button from another control outside of the update Panel. The button is given an ID and such. When the button is click, a postback occurs and I've re-created this button during Page_Init, Page_PreLoad, and Page_Onload and NONE of them is preserving the value.

The only way for me to find the control was to look at the Page.request.form's allkeys and compare the string with a any text string that contains: Button. Because I ID'd teh button as: ButtonRow_0Col0. But the actual ID is null. However, when traversing through page.request.form, the allkeys shows that ID with no problem.

So how come the actual ID is lost after a partial postback yet, the page.request.form's allkeys can pull out its allkey's value??

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The first instance seems to be working, but the second fails to post changes back to the server (it reverts to the original, and posts that). I believe the problem is that the JS only fires for the first WUC. I've traced that to the following code, from the generated client-side source:

function WebForm_OnSubmit() {
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The problem seems to be that there should be two calls to prepHtml: one for the ctlEditorQuestion instance of the WUC, and one for the ctlEditorAnswer instance.

Instead, there's only the one for ctlEditorQuestion. Both controls are registering the OnSubmit event, but one of them overwrites the other.The prepHtml call is registered from the WUCs' C# code at runtime:

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I should point out that I didn't write this control myself, and I've never seen this kind of runtime registration of OnSubmit JS code before. Page.ClientScript.RegisterOnSubmitStatement is totally new to me. I need to register both prepHtml calls so they run sequentially. Is this possible? I'm open to alternatives to Page.ClientScript.RegisterOnSubmitStatement, so long as the code still gets fired on submit.

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I couldn't find something similar in SO.

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i have some time consuming serverside function so i try to execute each function step by step and inform the user about the progress.

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This all works fine, until you bring an UpdatePanel into the mix. With an UpdatePanel, if there is a partial postback, the script to wire up the .click function is not called in the partial postback, and hitting enter reverts to causing a full submit of the form rather than triggering the LinkButton.

How can I cause javascript to be executed after a partial postback to re-wire up the .click function of the LinkButton? I have produced a sample page which shows the problem. There are two alerts showing 1) When the code to hook up the .click function is being called, and 2) When the .click function has been called (this only happens when you hit enter in the textbox after the event has been wired up). To test this code, type something in the textbox and hit Enter. The text will be copied to the label control, but "Wiring up Event Click" alert will not be shown. Add another letter, hit enter again, and you'll get a full postback without the text being copied to the label control (as the LinkButton wasn't called). Because that was a full postback, the Wiring Up Event Click event will be called again, and the form will work properly the next time again.

This is being done with ASP.NET 3.5.

Test Case Code:


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This is a problem I'm facing in a webapp I'm currently working on. So instead of cluttering the question with unrelated code, I recreated the problem in an isolated, simplified webapp that only demonstrates this issue.

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{ %>
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If you run this code I gave you so far as is, it will not work. The browser will say it can't see the AlertMe() function; it's undefined as far as it knows. But if you take out the UpdatePanel (or disable the ScriptManager's partial rendering), it will work just fine on a full postback when you click btnSwitch.

I want it to work on a partial postback, because this whole thing is a small piece compared to the rest of the page, and I don't want to do a full postback every time they switch views. Apparently, the ScriptManager doesn't even bother re-rendering the ascx file for possible changes. Either the ScriptManager is not smart enough, or there is an option I'm missing to let it render the <script> so I can invoke its methods on the client side. A potential answer someone might suggest is "why don't you take out the javascript, put it in its own .js file, and have the page reference it so it's available to the control?"
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In turn, you might also be concerned that if I have more than one instance of the control, I end up with copies of the same script. Not really; there will only be ONE input mode of this control in a page at any given time, it's just that I have those two modes in two separate views and I let the user switch between them.

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