I have a LinkButton inside an UpdatePanel that I do not want the client to click more than once before the UpdatePanel refreshes its contents. Right now the link button initiates a partial postback for every client side click until the update panel has time to refresh. This particular link fires off a very expensive process which I'd rather not have run unnecessarily. Is there a .NET standard way of doing this? Whats a good solution for this?
I have put my gridView inside an UpdatePanel with Timer control for auto refresh.The gridView has a linkButton column which is bounded to referenceNo column from database.
On click of this link button i want a panel to get visible. This Panel contains details corresponding to the referenceNo shown in differnt controls (mostly texboxes). Do i necessarily need to put the panel inside the Update Panel.If not how do i do it?
I have tried putting panel outside UpdatePanel, but it doesn't show panel on clicking the linkbutton nor does the values are updated inside this panel (if panel's visibility is set to true by default for testing purpose).
I have a page with two ajax toolkit popupcontrol extenders, both have a Linkbutton inside the popup window, which is inside a panel and updatepanel. The difference is the second one (Linkbutton2) is inside a Gridview, which is also inside a Updatepanel.
The first one works fine, but the second one does not fire when click on it. The code is as follows:
So, I have a MasterPage, in which I have an ImageButton and an UpdatePanel. Inside the UpdatePanel I have a LinkButton.
I build the path using the toolTip of the component that has been clicked,which has the name of the file that should load in the
When I run the application, and click the ImageButton, the new window opens and the file loads correctly. However, when I click the LinkButton, nothing happens (it should do exactly the same as the ImageButton).
I am using a MultiView inside an UpdatePanel with several views within it and a button on each that is supposed to validate the controls on the current view before moving onto the next view in the sequence (a bit like the Wizard control except I wanted more freedom).
I am using an LinkButton but the problem is that the LinkButton is not causing validation -- I have also tested with an ImageButton which isn't causing validation either. However, when I use a normal Button, the validation does work. I have grouped my validation controls into a ValidationGroup and made sure that CausesValidation is turned on.
I have a UpdatePanel which is having a Datalist inside it , and in datalist i have a country dropdownlist whose autopostback = true , now it is causing postback which i want to trigger , but i am unable to set it as AsyncPostBackTrigger inside update panel because update panel won't find the dropdownlist as it is in datalist.
When the user selects an "account" we dynamically create a linkbutton with the selected dates. However, the linkbutton onclick handler doesn't fire when the button is clicked.
Dim linkBtn As New LinkButton linkBtn.Text = "blah" AddHandler linkBtn.Click, AddressOf linkButtonHandler linkBtn.ID = panelDatesRencontre.Controls.OfType(Of LinkButton).Count panelDatesRencontre.Controls.Add(linkBtn) ScriptManager1.RegisterAsyncPostBackControl(linkBtn) Dim Trigger1 As New AsyncPostBackTrigger Trigger1.ControlID = linkBtn.ID Trigger1.EventName = "Click" UpdatePanel2.Triggers.Add(Trigger1)
Answer: i make that in page_load, it seems to work
However, what I want to do is be able to tie each of the dynamic buttons in UpdatePanel2 (After being dynamically created) and make them an asychnonous triggers to UpdatePanel1. So that when clicking on these dynamic buttons, ONLY UpdatePanel1 is doing a partial postback refresh. UpdatePanel2 stays put and remains the same.
I've a dropdown and a listview inside an updatepanel (Master/Child relationship) so based on value selected in dropdown the listview gets populated. The Listview allow user to perform Edit/Insert/delete of records. I have to implement a scenario when a user is editing/inserting a record and if he tries to navigate away/change the value in dropdown he should be prompted to save the data and if he choose yes in JS Confirm Dialogue then the currently edited/inserting record should be saved (for which i'm trying to mimic the click of the update/insert button using js). I've attached change eventhandler of dropdown using JQuery which is getting called properly bind. [Code]....
This code gets bind using Sys.Application.add_load(saveChanges); I also tried the following Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager.getInstance().add_initializeRequest(saveChanges);Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager.getInstance().add_endRequest(saveChanges). The eventhandler gets called correctly but the click() doesn't work! Also the reason I'm calling click() method of button is to perform the validations via RequireValidator/RangeValidators.
i have one master page and the ContentPlaceHolder that are inside UpdatePanel. I have too, buttons in master page thad feed the ContentPlaceHolder e update the UpdatePanel. When i click on any master page button, it load one UserControl inside ContentPlaceHolder. But inside one of this UserControls have a Button, that when i click on, it dont fire the click event.
Code that load UserControl inside ContentPlaceHolder
Code that contains the button that dont fire:
Obs: I tried sign dynamically the button, but dont works. And when i click on button, the unload method of UserControl begin called.
i have a usercontrol inside an updatepanel. when i click some button this usercontrol will be loaded. and the usercontrol itself has anither button in it. the problem is that the usercontrol code behind is never executed and when the button is clicked the usercontrol disappears.
In Visual Studio 2008 ,in my application page 'TEST.aspx' have an 'Ajax TabContainer' inside update panel , and Tab Panel "Product Group Identification" containes textboxes ,DropDownlist and button like 'Save' and 'Cancel' , on clcik of 'save' or 'cancel' buttons only dropdownList Disappears for a second and reappears this is due to Update panel.
I have a ImageButton inside a gridview. The gridview is inside update panel. i want to redirect to another page with the Clicking of the ImageButton. But it is not working inside update panel. what should i do?
I am having trouble with the postbacks that are fired within my updatepanel by the linkbuttons. Here is the structure of my page: UpdatePanelMultiViewView1/View1View2RepeaterLinkButtons being generated here /Repeater/View2/MultiView/UpdatePanel. Here is my link button code <asp:LinkButton ID="lnkSelect" runat="server" OnClick="SelectOrganization" CommandName="OrgID">SELECT</asp:LinkButton>
Whenever I click on any of the LinkButtons that are generated, it does a Postback in the UpdatePanel. But the OnClick function is not being called. It just does the void Page_Load() function. That's it. The controls in my other views work fine, but I'm having trouble with these controls. I think it has to do with them being generated by the Repeater.
So this might be a fairly specific issue but I figured I'd post it since I spent hours struggling with it before I was able to determine the cause.
<asp:GridView ID="gvAttachments" DataKeyNames="UploadedID" AutoGenerateColumns="false" OnSelectedIndexChanged="gvAttachments_SelectedIndexChanged" runat="server"> <EmptyDataTemplate>There are no attachments associated to this email template.</EmptyDataTemplate> <Columns> <asp:TemplateField ItemStyle-Width="100%"> <ItemTemplate> <asp:LinkButton CommandName="Select" runat="server"><img src="/images/icons/trashcan.png" style="border: none;" /></asp:LinkButton> </ItemTemplate> </asp:TemplateField> </Columns> </asp:GridView>
In the ItemTemplate of the TemplateField of the GridView I have a LinkButton with an image inside of it. Normally I do this when I have an image with some text next to it but this time, for whatever reason, I just have the image. This causes the UpdatePanel to always do a full postback.
This GridView contains a TemplateField with a LinkButton that displays a text value. When the link button is clicked, the code behind needs to capture the text value of the button, and then refresh the GridView with an asynchronous postback within the UpdatePanel and display the updated output.
The post-back event is occurring, and I'm able to capture the event in Visual Studio 2010 debugger. But, the screen contents do not change after this event occurs. No exception gets thrown, at least from what I can see in debugger.
Portions of the sanitized code appear below. The GridView actually appears on a page that contains 2 dropdown lists and 2 other GridViews. There is just one UpdatePanel on this page.
This is in the Code-Behind.
I can put a break point in the above method, and it is captured when the lnkHostName button is clicked. Stepping through the lnkHostName_Click() method, the ReloadPage() method successfully runs, then executes this method:
This runs successfully, and the DataSet which gets returned contains 1 row of data rather than several rows. This is what I expect to happen. Once the filter is selected in my test case just 1 row should get returned. The problem is that I don't see that output refreshed on the screen. The grdProcesses gridview continues to display the original dataset of several rows, rather than just one row of data. To additionally test this, I tried setting the visibility of grdProcesses to false within this method when the HostName had a value. Again, this ran without an error, but the GridView was still visible. And I also tested by updating the contents of a label with the HostName value. The new value was never displayed in the label. I also tried putting the lnkHostName button into the triggers, ala:
But the following exception gets thrown when that button is added, "A control with ID 'lnkHostName' could not be found for the trigger in UpdatePanel 'upMain'."
What's frustrating is that everything appears to run smoothly in debugger. But in reality the expected output never gets refreshed on the screen. Perhaps I need to use an alternate trigger in the AsyncPostBackTrigger. I'm open to using a command button or some other artifact.