I am trying to implement something like Ruby on Rail's ActionDispatch::Flash to pass messages to the next page request. The approach that I want to take is to store a pair of (partial view name, model object) in the session context and render it in the master page when rendering the request to display the flash message.
Inside my HttpApplication subclass I now have:
to render the partial view that was specified by name when Global#Flash was called.
I want to use a view for the flash message instead of saving the message as a string in the session context because I want to include the URL in the message:
<%-- BookmarkAddedFlash.ascx --%> <%@ Control Language="C#" Inherits="System.Web.Mvc.ViewUserControl<MyApp.Web.Models.Bookmark_AddModel>" %> <%: Html.DisplayTextFor(m => m.Url) %> was successfully bookmarked.
And I only want to render the view when the subsequent request is made; i.e. one request sets the flash message and the subsequent request renders it.
I have a master page with a partial view. I want the partial view to display only when viewing a specific page/action. Is there any conditional I can wrap around the partial view that checks for the page/action I'm viewing?
Members view (index) that lists members that users can select to show a partial view in the same view with details for the selected memberUses jquery (Ajax.ActionLink) to call a partial view method in the members controller to then load the members detail sectionWorks fine up to here....but I'd like to load the partial view with "member" details for a default or random member on initial load -- ie not through the Actionlink selectionHow do I invoke the partial view method on the initial load?
I am new to MVC coding, and currently try to migrate a legacy ASP.NET Web Form application into MVC. In Web Form I have several user controls, for example one control will be responsible to display a tree structure and user can select category from tree and do next step. In Web Form implemenation user control just raises the event to hosting web form, from there web form takes data to do whatever it needs to do.
While in MVC, I created correspodning partial view to display category data in a tree structure, I can display it, select node of tree without problem. But how can I let the hosting page/view know that some event is raisen from the partial view? What shall be the correct concept to handle this type of requirement?
There are different pages to reuse the same partial view, for example I may have following scenarios:
A category selection partial view in a user input page to trigger the input fields (quatity, date/time) to display and submit order. A category selection partial view in an admin page to trigger the display of invoice price, listing price and so on.
I am nto sure what am I doing wrong here. I have a controller called Main and I have a action method called Navigation Bar inside it. i created a partial view from NavigationBar action method and called that partial view from my master page. when i call this partial view from a regular aspx page. i can see the menu, but when I call the same partial view from my master page, I don't see anything. below is my code
partial View code
and my master page code
I tried both renderView and renderPartial, they both don't work. However, if I out this staement on a regular aspx page and not the master page, it works.
I am developing an application in asp.net mvc 2.0.In my view page i am rendering five partial views.While loading view page it very slow with partial views.if i remove the partial pages it loading very fast.How to improve the performace of partail pages while rendering.
What is the best way to build a progress page? In short, I want a user to complete a series of "setup steps" and hit a "Start" button. I would like them to be immediately redirected to a "Progress" page that will show them the progress of each step. In my case these would be: Shutdown device, copy file, Start device.
My approach so far is to build a Progress View page and use partial views. Here is what I have so far. I would like the Progress page to show up right away even if the ShutdownStatus View has not finished rendering. At some point, I plan on including a progress bar but right now I'm just curious as to how I can show the Progress page immediately then show each partial View as it completes.
I have a list of items that loads when I call the page controller and I have an Ajax.BeginForm that calls the same (Index) Action. If the Action sees that it's an Ajax request (Request.IsAjaxRequest()) then it returns a partial view. I even have a div that contains a message about the results loading. That all works fine, but my results can sometimes take awhile and I'd like to hit the page first and then make the Ajax request so the user sees the page quickly and sees the "loading" message. I know I could click my filter button (triggering the ajax call) using jquery on document.ready, but is there a more MVC way to do this?
I come from a windows dev environment so the web makes me feel like a big dummy.
I am using VS2008, VB.NET, 3.5 Framework, ASP.NET, AjaxControlToolkit.
I have included a screen shot that might help to look at while you read my attempt to explain my issue below!
I just recently discovered in a book here on my desk how to interact with a master page programmatically from a nested master page or a regular aspx child page. The method they describe makes sense and is familar to me because they use Public Properties on the master page to manipulate the GUI and controls on the master page. But since they are public, the child pages can see them and fire them off. Makes sense.
I thought I could use this method to do the opposite of that and have the master page fire off something (say a public property in a nested page) to have it then do some work and update things on that nested page.
I have a MASTERPAGE.MASTER. Under that, I have a LEFTNAV.MASTER (so its a nested master page). Then, under that I have my default.aspx page.
(I did that so that for some of my regular aspx pages I could just tie them directly to the master page so that they dont have a left navigation page...like for big charts or graphs, etc. Is that the best way for that by the way?)
So on the masterpage, I have just a simple asp.net search textbox and an asp.net search button. When they type something in and click search, I want it to add a tab to the AJAXControlToolkit - TabPanel that I have on the default.aspx page, then some other things such as update a datagridview there with the search results.
I can do all of this except the event firing and scope. I cannot see a way to make a button on the master page up top fire off an event that is on the default.aspx page to make it do what it needs to do.
What I tried doing was creating a public property on my default.aspx page. I have some actual code in the SET to do some GUI manipulation and change some stuff on the page. But on my master page within the search button's click event, I cannot see where to call this public property on the default.aspx page...
First i had taken Default.aspx Page .after that i added master page to my project.Now i want to include this master page into default.aspx page I was mention master page attribute in Page directive of defult.aspx.
Now problem is i am not able to Get the attribute of <asp:contentplaceholder>.
I am trying to add a .aspx page in the project , but while adding the .aspx page i am not getting the option to choose existing master pages. I remember long back i used to get that option to select the master page.
I seem to be having problems with something that I thought would be simple
and I get the error "object not set to an instance of an object" - I have moved it from prerender to load and tryed all sorts of things, but I get the same error.I am just trying to add a literal control to the masterpage from the masterpage code behind