Update Client Image After Uploading With AsyncFileUpload Control In AjaxControlToolkit?

Sep 23, 2010

I am uploading an image with AsyncFileUpload, it works well, but i want to show to the user the image which him just uploaded, but i am having troubles to make that work.I have tried the OnClientUploadComplete event which receive sender and args paramenters, but the second paramenter only have the file name (without relative url), lenght, but not the file name after saved on the server.I also tried ScriptManager.RegisterClientScriptBlock and call my own function in order to pass the url, but for some reason i can't select the img control with jquery, seems like that peace of code is executing in another instance of the page... not sure.

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