Feb 1, 2010
I recently came across the AsyncFileUpload control in the latest (3.0.40412) release of the ASP.Net Ajax Control Toolkit. There appears to be an issue when using it in a hidden control that is later revealed, such as a tag with
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I have a breakpoint on the UploadedComplete event but it never fires. However, if you take the AsyncFileUpload control out of the , making it visible at initial page render, the control works as expected.
I'm using a ModalPopupExtender in my website, to show "accept/cancel" messages, and catch the user selection at the server side. I put two buttons (ok/cancel) at the panel that will be shown as a modal popup, add them a server side event handler, but it does not fire.
I'm using asp.net and c# to build a web application. I'm trying to display a popup message using the ModalPopup extender. The message displays fine only if it sets in client side or in server side but inside Page_Load. Otherwise, it displays as empty. the popup comes up without the message.
The thing is that i want to change the meesages when i call its show() method.
I have a gridview that displays items awaiting supervisor approval. The supervisor clicks the Review button and a modal window should popup with the results of a database query on the record. I am using a dataketname param on the grid. Here are the ASPX elements, The gridview and the modalpopup code
I am using mpeApproval.Show() in the codebehind but it isn't firing. I've been at this literally all day and am feeling pretty stupid at the moment. Have I provided enough for you to make a determination?
I recently came across the AsyncFileUpload control in the latest (3.0.40412) release of the ASP.Net Ajax Control Toolkit. There appears to be an issue when using it in a hidden control that is later revealed, such as a <div> tag with visible=false.
I have tried doing a post back and creating a RaisePostBack event handler method (both in the .aspx page and the .ascx user control) but no luck.
I created a method which instantiates an Attachment using a string and calls the corresponding Delete() method for the Attachment object.
Initially, ModalPopup Content Container is an empty control.After user clicks on the Button, a async postback will be triggered. During the postback, the server generates the content and appends to ModalPopup Content Container.Also sets the properties of ModalPopupExtender. Finally, calls ModalPopupExtender.Show() method and UpdatePanel.Update() method to show the modal popup.
This method works fine if all controls in ModalPopup Content Container contains simple control. If a control is a button that needs to postback to server side, that is a problem.Since the controls in ModalPopup Content Container is dynamically created. If a control in ModalPopup Content Container triggers a postback event, the control must be created before RaisePostBackEvent is called in server side.
My idea is to determine whether the ModalPopupExtender is hidden or shown in client side in order to re-generate the dynamic control in ModalPopup Content Container.So my question is how to determine a ModalPopupExtender is hidden or shown.
ASP.NET server controls has a few categories, for example, normal ones e.g. TextBox, Button which can be done in HTML/JS; Validation controls: can be done in JS; Login controls: I have seen them implemented in JS. Data bound controls: not sure, but maybe JS can work directly with databases, implementing controls like photo slider. So in the time span of next 5-10 years, will server-side web programming model fall out of mainstream and be replaced by JS/Ajax that interacts directly with databases?
I know about SWFUpload, how can i configure it with ashx on server side.
any tutorial how i can use FLASH objects to transfer files from client to server. i been looking for such tutorial for a while that uses flash object on client side and sends file info using bytes array to the server. also i want to reduce the size of the file on the client side before sending to safe bandwidth.
Using ASP.NET 2.0, VB code behind, I am using a ModalPopupExtender to show some dynamic content on my site inside an update panel. The problem I am having is that sometimes the content stretches the modal pop-up panel (div) so that it flows off the screen. In cases where the height of the popup panel exceeds some defined height I would like to limit the height and add a vertical scroll bar (otherwise the panel should have no height minimum).
I have a print button and I want to trigger the modalpopupextender and trigger the server side Button1_Click Sub.The print button calls a function that constructs a html table with the values of the gridview selected row.How can I open the modalpopupextender and trigger the server side function at the same time with the same button?
I'm using what I believe is a pretty common/boring/generic implementation of a ModalPopupExtender. I'm using client-side JS to show the dialog when the user clicks a link, and hide it if they click "cancel". I only do a postback if they truly want to save the data.
I can click the link to show the dialog, then click the cancel button to hide it, then click the link to show it... ad infinitum. If I decide to save the data via a postback, everything works well, and the dialog is hidden as a result of the postback, all as expected.
However, once the postback completes, my client-side JS show() never works again. Any attempts to click the link fail quietly; no error messages, the dialog just never shows again.
I have developed a web application which contains aspdotnet treeview control. In this treeview control has binded with some database value.. that controls has one parent node and more than one child nodes for each parent node.
I have a list of items on an ASP.net page. That list is selectable in that whenever the user clicks on one, the page does a postback and the server code stores the index or some unique identifier of the picture in a ViewState property indicating that it is currently selected.
I would like to minimize the load on the server and therefore I would like to store the index or unique identifier representing the image in some way on the client side. The best way I can think to do this is to store said information in a hidden field ), however I had two questions about this before I go crazy:
Is this a security risk in any way, shape or form (i.e., exposing implementation details of the page)? Is there a better/best way to do this that is more industry-standard? Does ASP.net provide a framework to do this that is cleaner than my idea? Seems like this would be a fairly common requirement to me...