have a wizard control inside an update panel. have a radiobuttonlist that autopostback's when i click a radio button, page posts back & the page hops back up to the top. i want a user to be able to click radio controls & checkboxes with the form to be fluent; the hop back up to the top is rather annoying & may confuse the user.
I have a wierd issue with the update progress control in ie8. I have a modal popup that loads a pdf in an iframe, then i have a button click that navigates away from the pdf and shows a form in the same modal. All this is wrapped in an update panel, which i have an update progress control associated with. The control shows correctly in ie7, firefox, safari, and chrome. But in ie8 when the async post back is complete the progress indicator does not hide, until I click on the screen or scroll the page, then it hides and the form shows.
I have popucontrolextender inside gridview and by using dynamicservicemethod I could pop out panel. I followed following article to accomplish this.
However, one of my popup takes a while to come up and I am sure users doesn't want to wait that long for panel to pop up. I want something like progress bar image to come up after user hit the row in the gridview. I can do this in modalpopupextender but I can't find any example to accomplish this using PopupcontrolExtender inside gridview using dynamic service method.
I have a user control, that has an update panel and update progress control in it.
I use this user control in more than 1 location on the same page.... problem is, when ucA posts back, I see the update progress control for both ucA and ucB. I assume this is because it is a user control and the update panel and progress are named the same?
Either way - how do I make it so that the update progress only displays for the proper user control?
The step show at the left bar with the Title, but the HTML (fieldset and the paragraph) is not displayed in the step. It requires to be a TemplatedWizardStep too because we use Template for the layout. How do I add a Step dynamically?
I am using a wizard with 2 steps: Step 1: I enter some values in few textboxes, which in turn are stored in some hidden variables Step 2: There are some more textboxes including the texboxes in step 1 Example: in step 1 there are two textboxes Customer Name & Email ID In step 2 there are two more texboxes Customer Name, Email ID, Company Name and Age Now the values in step 1 are stored in 2 hidden variables lblCustomerName and lblEmailId respectively. Now how do I automatically populate these two fields which are already entered in step 1, in the textboxes present in step 2, is my question?
I'm using the Wizard control to collect information about the users:
- Step1: User personal information - step2: User account information (email. username, password ...) - step3: User agreement - step4: display all the inputted information before submitting
On Step2, after the user has inputted username and clicked the Next button (to go to Step3), I verify whether the username is already being used. If so, I want to display an error message and stop to process to go to Step3.
Here is the code that I'm using:
Code: Protected Sub Wizard1_NextButtonClick(sender As Object, e As System.Web.UI.WebControls.WizardNavigationEventArgs) Handles Wizard1.NextButtonClick Dim WhichStepId As String = Wizard1.ActiveStep.ID 'Just to see the active step Dim WhatActiveStepIndex As Integer = Wizard1.ActiveStepIndex 'Just to know active step index
I am databinding a dropdown list in a wizard step (as long as not the first step). In the Page_Load event, I put the databinding in if (!IsPostBack) block - There is no binding happening, I guess because the system treat the next button click on the previous wizard step triggering a postback.
I am using Wizard control for password recovery. at first step I am checking the UserName with chkUserName(UserName.Text) function if UserName presents, the function will return the User Id and will navigate to next step, if UserName is wrong the function will return 0 and should not navigate to next step, but should stop at index 0 i.e. at the same step.
I have tried some solutions but it is navigating to next step in both the conditions.
I have a question about using the update progress control. I gasp the basic use of the control - basically you can associate it to an update panel, and whenever that update panel is updated, this update progress control is displayed on the page.
I do have a couple of questions though:
1. My project uses a lot of user controls. I would like to display an update progress control that "disables" or "whitewashes" the contents of the user control - which for this example - lets say it is a gridview and a drop down list - when the user changes the selected value of the drop down list, the grid rebinds. I want the update progress control to shadow or whitewash only that grid while it rebinds. The rest of the page should be accessible.
2. I have certain pages that I want to be locked while an update panel is updating - in otherwords, the entire page is whitewashed or shadowed out and a ajax loader gif is shown. I currently have this working with an update progress control that does not have the AssociatedUpdatePanelID property set. This appears to fire every time any update panel is updated. If I were to have one of the user controls that has an update progress control that only applies to itself - and those update panels update - which update progress would be shown?
I'm in the process of redesigning a creation wizard in our ASP.NET MVC 2 application.Our current method is to have different pages for each step and navigate between them. While this works, it's a bit slow and annoying to navigate.I was looking to use JQuery and AJAX to make this feel a bit more dynamic and to also use client side validation.I have investigated using Ajax.BeginForm() to post back the individual steps of the wizard, and have that post return the partial view containing the new form with the next step of the wizard. That way, I can do client-side validation on each step.With this in mind, is Ajax.BeginForm() a better method than using the JQuery form plugin? Has anyone found any major issues with either approach?
How can I get all the textboxes inside a create user wizard control using getElementsByTagName().
Below is my JQuery code:
The above code isn't displaying hint text when the textbox retreives focus.
I think there is something wrong with this getElementsByTagName("asp:TextBox"); , I have also tried getElementsByTagName("TextBox"); , getElementsByTagName(":textbox"); and getElementsByTagName("input"); .
But no one of them gets the textboxes array.
Can anyone tell what will be the correct syntax for getting all the textboxes inside a create user wizard control using getElementsByTagName()?
I am experiencing problems with the Ajax Update Progress control.
My application is about writing some comments and uploading a picture and when the picture is the process of being uploaded I would like to show an update progress. This is my code:
- when the button is clicked I see the update progress message for a couple of seconds but the picture and the text are not uploaded- I need to click the button again in order to see my picture and text uploaded but in this instance I don't see the update progress message.
I am using a master page which has a table that is used for layout. In one of the cells I have a Accordion control which holds links in each panel to navigate to the various pages. I have a few pages that take some time to load so I was trying to use the update panel progress control, however it seems that you cannot use a hyperlink or a link button as triggers for the update panel or if you can you cannot if it is in an accordion control.
So I am seeking advice on how to show a loading message when the pages load in the content panes.
I am trying to use wizard in an update panel but the wizard is disappearing when I click for the next or prev step button. I only want to close wizard , when I click the finish button. How can I do this ?
I have update panel , in update panel i have one button control which exposes onlientClick event ( it dosent have click event to do postback to server).
and i have one updateprogress panel. So my problem is though i'm performing operation on client side , internally the async event is firing and making updateprogress panel to act (having rotation gif image) which i dont want , as it rotates for 10-15 sec more even after the operation at client side is done !
I have written a Crystal reports web application, that prompts ths user for parameters and then apply them and exports the report to a folder as .rpt and then display the report.
I prompt the parameters on one screen and then display the report on another page. I have the AJAX update panel and update progress controls in the parameter page. When the user enters the parameters and click on ok, I export the report and then loads the report to a session report document and transfer the user to the second page where the report is displayed. I use the following code to do transfer to the seconds page.
I have excluded the report load and parameter assign code here.
In the second page I have the following:
rptViewer.reportsource = Session("rpt")
My problem is this works one time and then stops working the second. What I found out was it comes to the statement:
But it does not even load the show.aspx page. It stays on the parameter page. There are no errors displayed. I could not see any errors when I debug the application also. And out of the blue it works sometimes. And if I remove the update panel and progress control, my report works all the time.