I hope this is a really easy question but I'm struggling with it. I have a GridView that has an UpdatePanel within a TemplateField.
The idea is that the user can make simple alterations without a full page load being required.
I have simulated my page functionality in the following example, which simulates a database hit, gridview databinding and updatepanel functionality.
When you press any of the + or - buttons in the GridView, the form controls in the bottom UpdatePanel also post their contents back. I have seen this by using Firebug. On my real page however this is causing excessive bandwidth and is nearly the same as a full postback.
how I can force ONLY the appropriate UpdatePanel's contents to postback for processing, rather than all the UpdatePanels?? I've tried experimenting with Triggers but just can't get it working properly.
asp.net with vb. I thought this would be easy but have been reading for an hour and not found out how to simply repost a page where form data has been entered and return the page with some error messages about what was entered. I want to return the page with all input controls with the data just as the user entered them before submitting. the error messages are labels that were blank when the page is first loaded. preferably the page returns focused to the topmost error error message. if that can't be done I would populate some label at the top of the page with something to the effect that 'errors were found, scroll down to see the errors'
I'm a php programmer (code igniter) but interested in learning ASP.net MVC, I have a few question regarding this new exciting framework In php codeigniter's controller I can easily catch a post variable using
In comparison in ASP.net MVC we can create an action method that will accept post variable (but the parameter can get very crowded if we're passing a lot)
Or using FormCollection
Is there a way to catch post variable in ASP.net that looks like php's codeigniter? I mean not by adding the parameter, because I wanted a controller method that is flexible in receiving post request A controller that can accept and process any post request like in php (where we don't have to put that parameter to the controller method, we just call them
I don't know it's even possible but I try to achieve to post data from one page to another using the second form.The problem is I need a form tag for the user interface containing callback panels etc. I want to put a second form with some hidden-field:
When the users presses submit, I get the below error and for the life of me cannot figure out why! I have tried GET as well, byt that just seems to post to itself and just puts the form vairables in the URL rather than going to formprocess.aspx.page you are looking for cannot be displayed because an invalid method (HTTP verb) was used to attempt access.Please try the following:Contact the Web site administrator if you believe that this request should be allowed.Make sure that the Web site address displayed in the address bar of your browser is spelled and formatted correctly.HTTP Error 405 - The HTTP verb used to access this page is not allowed.Internet Information Services (IIS)
Is there a way to force a non-secure form post to be secure? I understand there are ways to automatically resolve an http URL as an https URL but with form posts, is this type of redirection too late? Will the posted data have already gone through the wire as plain text?
I need to know how to post information from an HTML <form> to a page that's within an IFRAME on an external server. In other words, the page with the <form> is on the first server, page being posted to is on the second server within an IFRAME which is also on the second server.
I've seen snippets of code for posting to a page within an IFRAME, but I believe that these apply to an IFRAME and target page on the same server as the posting page.
I notice on some sites i can login wrong which brings me to a login page. log in incorrectly again which brings me to a wrong password page (where i can log in) and if i login wrong again i dont increase my page history count. It takes exactly 2 backs no matter how many times i get it wrong and i dont see any pages in my forward history
I'm migrating an old ColdFusion site to ASP.NET. One of the pages has a form that posts to an external URL.
I just discovered that you can't do this in an .aspx page. Seems the page will just post to itself if you hit the submit button.What's the proper technique for achieving this in ASP.NET? There are a couple of hidden fields that pass parameters to the external URL.
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 PayPal button, and i've been trying to add it to my site, but since my page is in a masterpage, and ovcourse, the form tag is editable only in masterpage, theres no way i could add the code inside the form tag, as so:
Currently whenever I need to send a request to a payment-gateway, for example, I redirect my page to another page on my website which has a form with several hidden fields. I then pre-populate the values of these fields server-side, and specify in the body tag something like 'onload="form.submit();"'
However, I'm wondering, rather than redirecting to this page, is there anyway that all this data can be collected and POSTed to the payment-gateway server-side?This will cut out the need to redirect the user to this blank page, and make everything a bit more tidy.
Being new to ASP.NET I have run into trouble building my own Whack-a-mole program. I think my problem comes from using Buttons, which by themselves send post backs to the server, making the software unusable. The looks are in place, making new buttons show up in the grid, in different places by random. However, when a button is pushed - the score doesn't change (which I feel is strange).
Note to self: This technique shouldn't be used in a public application since it put too much unwanted pressure on the web server.
I have an asp.net application in which I have a parent form and in that on load I am adding sub forms dynamically having a submit image button..
When I am clicking the button of one form then I am able to read the hidden variables using request under parent form .But on clicking the second button the hidden variables of parent form are having null value although i have assign the value to them using context variables.
how can i handle mulitple form action for same page
I have a table in my View, which I populate rows in dynamically via jQuery. Below is my jQuery and my table code:
The problem that I am having is that my entire page is wrapped in a form. I am using the jQuery tabs, and have 4 tabs that collected different information. The last tab is where the user will submit all of the data on the page. I need the data that is populated for FSC, NIIN, NAME, UI, AVAIL QTY, and REQ QTY in my table to also get submited into my FormCollection in the controler ActionResult. Since these field in the table are not within a control, and don't have an id, I have no idea how to accomplish this.