Web Forms :: Calling Web Services Asynchronously In Page_Load Event?
May 31, 2010
I'm working on a web application using VB.NET. In page load event am calling a remote web service which take time to bring the data. During this process none of the other contents on page are shown(render).
I want to call this remote web service asynchronously so that other data of page is displayed and web service data will be displayed when its available.
I make an asynchronous call from one web service to another web service deployed on different server? The scenario is that an ASP.NET webforms page will call a web service in an async manner. This particular web service will then make another async call to a second web service deployed on different web server. This this possible to achieve, and what additional steps or code would be necessary to make this happen?
I have an ASP.NET (3.5) web page which calls a few web methods (SOAP based) using jQuery's .ajax method. The web methods implement 'ScriptMethod' attribute and return JSON data. The web service file (asmx) is local to the same project.
I noticed these web methods execute synchronously on the server which means they run sequentially and affect performance negatively, some methods are waiting, when some of them are slow.
I read this article and I am not sure if I understand that WebMethods which implement Scriptmethod can run synchronously only (they implement IHttpHandler not IHttpAsyncHandler).
My requirement is i need to display some quotes from some vendors in my User Interface. Some of the quote details will be fetched from database where as some vendors are giving web services to get the quote results. I need to combine the quotes from database as well as the various web service response and display in the grid.
I am posting this as a part of my effort in searching the best possible design solution for my requirement. I am currently working on a complex server control(not user control) in asp.net which is going to be rendered into html elements on the client side.And those html elements needs to do a ajax call backs to the server using js/jquery. Here is the problem. As this is a serverside control and can be added into any application/domain. I dont want to have those callback services hosted separately. Is there any way that I can host those server callback services in the same library? If so, how can I access them from the client side?
I'm using ASP.NET 3.5 and C#.I load an SqlDataSource into a DataView on my Page_Load event. My SqlDataSource queries arandom record from the database. On my page I have an ImageButton, which when clicked uses a Response.Redirect("AnotherPage.aspx + "random id from database"). My problem is that when the button is clicked it fires the Page_Load event before the Response.Redirect takes place in the button_click event. This causes the current data(the users "id") that I had pulled from the database to be overwritten with new data(a different "id") from the database. So essentially the the page is redirecting to the 2nd random id that is queried from the db after the button is clicked and Page_Load is fired again, not the original id. Here's my code, hope it makes sense.Here's my Page_Load:
I have a little question about building controls at runtime.
In my case I would like to create a checkboxlist in my page_load event
This control is a part of a wizard-Control. At the end after clicking the finisch-Button, the selected values have to sent by email to me. My question is, how can I get the ID of the Checkboxlist-Control whitch was build at runtime?I tried following workaround
But I get following error-message:
System.NullReferenceException: Der Objektverweis wurde nicht auf eine Objektinstanz festgelegt. Exception Details: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
I have a fairly complex business application written in ASP.NET that is deployed on a hosted server. The site uses Forms Authentication, and there are about a dozen different roles defined. Employees and customers are both users of the application.
Now I have the requirement to develop a Windows Mobile client for the application that allows a very specialized set of tasks to be performed from a device, as opposed to a browser on a laptop. The client wants to increase productivity with this measure. Only employees will use this application.
I feel that it would make sense to re-use the security infrastructure that is already in place. The client does not need offline capability.
My thought is to deploy a set of web services to a folder of the existing site that only the new role "web service" has access to, and to use Forms Authentication (from a Windows Mobile 5/.Net 3.5 client).
I did see this question and I am aware of the limitations that Forms Authentication poses. Since security is not my primary motivator (I use SSL and can restrict access by IP address), but rather using existing user accounts and roles, my decision tree is somewhat different as well.
Page_load event fires two time in firefox and the same page is working fine in IE. What might be the problem? If it is problem with Autoeventwireup then page_load event must fire two times in IE too. I believe it is not a issue of Autoeventwireup.
I have a dynamically created user control which is accomplished usingLoadControl().
When I debug, the LoadControl call is called once, however the Page_Load inside the user control is called twice. On each occasion, the postback property is false, so it seems somehow the Page_Load event is called outright 2 times and nothing to do with any postback?
I have a TreeView on a page which I will populate the nodes on demand and a checkbox, and they are in the same updatepanel. I can dynamically add new nodes to this treeview. But when I click the checkbox which will cause a postback, the TreeNodePopulate is called before the Page_load and it will regenerate the nodes that was added before. I was very confused how could this be happened. Is this related with PopulateOnDemand and Expanded priorities?