I have problem with AsyncFileUpload in CollapsiblePanel. In debug mode i have this error: "a._innerTB.style.width=a._inputFile.offsetWidth-107+"px"". I an begginer programmer and this is first time i see that kind of error. When AsyncFileUpload is outside the Panel or AsyncFileUpload everthing works perfect but i need this in AsyncFileUpload. Anyone know how to fix it? Or maybe there is another way to send file without reloading whole page (asp FIleUpload require reload)
Ques 1. I am pasting only excerpts of my panel code (limited length here) within which I have 3 levels. The collapsible panel works fine till level 2 but when I am clicking on level 3 it shows for a second and collapses back to level 2. The collapsible doesnt work on panel pnlUserAccess below.
Ques 2. Can I make collapsible panel work on particular button click or image click?. As when I just put to to 2 levels I have to edit within the gridview and as soon as I click on the checkbox to edit the panel collapses.. I need to just give it a tree view style of appearance.
Ques 3. Can I also make the collapsible panel enable on read mode and disable on edit mode (if there is no possiblity for Ques 2)how to make it work. Just to be more specific on the code.
I'm trying to open a collapsible panel outside the gridview when the user click the select button of the gridview.I use a Templatefield with a ItemTemplate and a LinkButton to open the collapsible panel. The collapsible panel have the details of the selected gridview row.I'm have this error:
I have this panel inside which I need to put some TextBoxes. Problem is, that when I throw inside the first TextBox, the Panel, which was working well before, collapses only until it reaches the bottom of the TextBox control. Anybody knows why? Here' the markup
I have a textbox sitting at the bottom of a collapsible panel which has a RequiredFieldValidator sitting underneath that. If a user tries to submit the form without filling in this textbox then the RequiredFieldValidator generates a little "Required" box beneath the textbox. The trouble is that the panel doesn't resize propely and only the top of the validation warning box is visible so the message isn't legible.
I tried adding some margin-bottom to the div that contains the textbox and validator to ensure the space was already there but the moment the validation box appears the collapsible panel automatically resizes so the bottom of the panel meets the bottom of the textbox, ignoring the prior margin. Apart from moving the validation box, does anyone know how I can get the collapsible panel to resize correctly?
I'm using ajax collapsiblepanel inside a datalist for replying a particular question. see here http://www.admissionhelpline.com/ . Its working fine. But if i replace the textbox with ajax html editor, its not closing. [Code]....
In my ASP.net application i used AJAX Collapsible Panel, its working fine on my local system but after publishing and deploying on win2003 server, panel is in expand mode and dont show animation on click and also on that web form asp menu is not showing submenus. It all happens on clients machines. On server it still somehow showing some animation.
Can I use the latest AJAX Control Toolkit on a .net 2.0 project which will be deployed to a server with framework 2.0 only? If not, where can I download the latest AJAX Control Toolkit for framework 2.0?
Recently, I downloaded the source code (not Binaries) of latest AJAX toolkit and introduced some changes in Calendar extender. Now, I would like to build the DLL out of it so that I can add it to my project and use it. Now, when I am trying to build DLL, it fails. It never compiles for me. Infact, I am not sure which project/application file exactly do I need to run.
Every-time, I try to open any Solution/Project, I get exceptions either for some missing files or folders. I have both VS 2005 Pro and VS 2008 Express Edition installed. I need the libraries to be compatible with Framework 3.5.
I am a bit new to ASP.Net Ajax and as such new to Ajax itself. I have a site which uses ASP.Net Ajax. It used the version AjaxControlToolkit version 3.0.30512.0. I have now changed it to version 3.5.40412.2 by deleting the old reference and adding a reference to the latest one . I build the soultion and everything appears fine witjhout any errors. But the site fails to load showing a yellow page with the message AjaxControlToolkit Version="3.5.40412.2" missing reference to 'AjaxControlToolkit.ExtenderBase.Base Scripts.js.BaseScripts.js'. What does this mean ?
I'm trying to create a CollapsiblePanel control, which is essentially just a panel which has a header which can be used to expand / collapse the body. I've got an example of it working on a page (inline) but now what to make it a reusable control that can be used as follows
<cc:CollapsiblePanel runat="server" Header="This is a collapsible panel"> <asp:Label runat="server" Text="This is the contents of the panel" /> </cc:CollapsiblePanel>
So, I want the CollapsiblePanel to render the header, the beginning of the container, then the contents of the container (i.e. the label in this case), and finally the end of container.
I'm unsure how to do this properly. I've seen some examples which override the rendering methods in order to insert controls at the right points, but it seems very hack-y. What is the 'proper' way to do something like this? (.NET 4.0 if that makes a difference)
I have a question regarding a situation that occurs with GridView, ObjectDataSource in ASP .NET application. The GridView is linked to the ObjectDataSource and both are included within an UpdatePanel letting the GridView to fill in an asynchronous way from a form in the same page so it gets more rows as the user enters the data:
I start the project with Visual Studio 2008, fill the form and it works correctly. Then I stop the execution: rerun again and the data I entered in the previous run is in the GridView. Is like some sort of cache saved the data from the session before. I checked that EnableCaching property is set to false for the ObjectDataSource. If I Rebuild Web Site in Visual Studio (not just Build) then it works corretly leaving the GridView empty. Is this caused just becuase of Visual Studio? Can it be turned off? And will it happen in the final IIS it will run on?
I have a Gridview with a template field which contains a select button to select a specific row.
I would like, when clicked, this button to expand a collapsiblepanelextender which is contained in another templatefield. How do I set the ExpandControlID of the collapsiblePanleExtender to reference the select button in the other templatefield?
I receive an error when I simply input the ID of the select LinkButton. The error informs me that there is no such control for that ID. I'm guessing because it is another container/parent.
Am trying to build nested gridview with Edit,Update and Delete operations.Everything works fine at parent level,but child grid is only having last fetched datatable records.Any idea whats going on:
when i run the application,i can see parent grid showing all records.But the problem is with child grdiview which is showing the last recordset of childdata on expanding first row of parent grid.No idea whats going on...
i have a very large amount of data which i need to view in form of a tree. The problem is, that this runs sometimes into a timeout exception or it takes very very much long! I saw in several Application that others build up a tree where the node expand and load the data partially. So i would like to build something like this for my application, too, but i dont know how to contruct this.
- MyTreeNode1 + MyTreeNode 2 - My TreeNode 3
wait while Data is loading ... (or the treenode is getting built up and i see it live, instead of showing an progress indicator)
+ My TreeNode 4
i dont know how to do this but would like to learn :) Could someone give me the right keywords to look for, or guide me?