when postback occurs due to update panel's child control then in page load event how can i know that it was dut to update panel ?i.e., i want to differentiate between general postback and postback due to update panel's child control in page load event .How is that possible ?
i have one label out of update panel and one button inside update panel. in button click event i update the label text. when i run the code and click on button then partial postback occur and button click event fire but label value is not change. if i put the label too in the update panel then label value change at the time of button click. i do not understand why label value is not getting updated. suppose if i want that label should stay out of update panel and label value should change at the time of partial postback then how to write the code. i dont want put the label in any update panel.
I am using geomap-linechart api in my application.. I want to view the map and the chart on a drop down selected index changed event.. It doesn't work if i put it inside update panel.. it becomes blank.. but it woks fine if i put the control outside the update panel.. Is there any reason or suggestion for this prob?? is it not possible to use the geomap inside update panel?? this is my code..
I have a user control with linkbuttons (used for paging) and a repeater inside an update panel. The paging works correctly, but is causing a full page postback every time I click through to the next page.
The update panel looks like this:
So far, I have tried adding an async postback trigger for the user control, which does cause an async postback but does not update the rest of the text in the update panel. In otherwords, the async postback occurs and the next page shows up, but the original text in the repeater is there as well just below it.
I have also confirmed that I have IDS set on my linkbuttons, since that can trigger a full postback inside an update panel.
I have tried changing the update panel mode (Always, Conditional, ChildrenAsTriggers, etc.).
None of it makes a difference - the only thing that actually causes an async postback is to use the trigger, but then the rest of the content in the update panel is not updated, so I get duplicate content.
I am having one button , two date pickers and one report viewer , not all these controls are under update panel. Now when i click on button it is not generating a report. While if i remove update panel then it works.
How do I conditionally trigger a full page postback from a link button inside of an update panel?
I have a custom control that contains its own updatepanel with a link button nested inside of it. When the link button is pressed I want its event handler to have the option of either letting the control update as normal or doing a full postback on the page.
Here is the control hierarchy:
Page Custom Control UpdatePanel LinkButton
Event handler Pseudo code:
LinkButton Click Handler Begin If is a partial post back AND a full postback is needed Page.DoFullPostback End If End Handler
Note: I aways need the partial postback to happen. I was considering injecting a __DoPostback in the controls markup but this seems hacky to me.
i have a gridview with itemtemplate, edittemplate and footer template placed in update panel..i have placed Add button to insert new record in the footer template.i want partial page postback when Add button is insside gridview is clicked.
I have many controls like dropdown, radiobuttonlist, etc on my page and I put all these controls inside the update panel so that the page doesn't look to be posting back when something is selected. Now the working on the page is very smooth. But the session object isn't getting refreshed even if I postback to the server and as a result even if the users are working on the page they are being sent to the login screen after 20 mins.
Is there anyway where I could put all the controls in update panel and still refresh the session after any postback(dropdown selection)
I am building a system for a school project. I currently have several Update Panels on the page that have many different controls on them. I also have a single Label control that i use to display messages to the user. I would like to have this label within an update panel also but there are literally hundreds of triggers that would require it to be updated and i dont want to type an absurd number of triggers for this one control.Is there a way for me to have this one panel update regardless of what happens?
i am confused about the fact that if partial update of dropdowns is possible through Update Panel ,then why we should use asp.net ajax Cascading drop down extender ,that has made same task bit complex by making callback to web services ? what is difference between using update panel and cascading drop down extender ?