Ajax - 4 Update Panels Create 4 Different HTTP Requests To The Server?
Mar 16, 2011
I use four different update panels, that use the same timer as trigger.
1) Will the 4 update panels create 4 different HTTP requests to the server?
2) I'm using 4 different panels as the controls are located in different parts of the page, is there a way of putting them in the same update panel?
3) Is this a good coding practice?
Here's the big picture. We're running a server in IIS 6 that hosts several web sites and applications, and we're in the process of moving the whole thing to a different data center with a slightly different setup. We've notified our users and updated our DNS info so that theoretically everyone will be happily hitting the new server from day 1, but we know that someone will inevitably fall through the cracks.
The powers that be want a "Listener" page/handler that will receive all requests to the server and log the entire request to a text file, including (especially) POST data.
That's where I'm stuck. I don't know how to implement a single handler that will receive all requests to the server. I vaguely understand IIS 6 redirection options, but they all seem to lose the POST data on the redirect. I also know a little about IIS 6's built-in logging, but it ignores POST data as well.
Is there a simple(ish) way to route all requests to the server so that they all hit a single handler, while maintaining post data?
What's the simplest and most effective way to selectively redirect HTTP requests to your ASP.NET page to its HTTPS equivalent? For example, if my page site URL is [URL], I want to redirect some (or all) page requests to [URL] What's the easiest way to do that?
1) Suck it up and use UpdatePanels. I'm in the "UpdatePanels are evil" group, so I'd prefer not to do this.
2) Without using validation controls, manually validate the fields by passing the values to a PageMethod static method, via jQuery or any other AJAX framework. This would require client and server coding each time I needed to use a validator.
I have a page with 5 buttons on top. I want the area below the buttons to contain an update panel that will display button 1's panel if they click button 1. If they click on Button 2, then I want button 2's update panel to replace the button 1 update panel. Each panel has stuff on it like check boxes and text boxes.
Is there a way to do this? Is there a more efficient way to do this?
i have 3 update panels on the same page with labels that are showing different countdown and i want then to run separate from each other. I've tried to use timer control that triggers each of them separatley with limitations in ontick event., the coutdowns are strating but after a few seconds are stoping and i don't know why.i'm not using scripts. I want to run like those on mafia wars on Facebook when something is done to start one contdown and something else other timer.
I realise that there are many posts on update panels and repeaters but none that quite solve my problem. I have a page with two Repeaters each inside seperate update panels. They sit next to each other one on the left and one on the right. The left repeater is filled from my database on my page load event. Im am storing the data in a List<> and then binding the list to the repeater. This works correctly and displays all my results. Each item in the left repeat has a button aswell. The button needs toremove the data from the left repeater and place it in the right repeater. I only want the database to be accessed in the Page_Load and then never again during the use of the page, until the data is saved (I have not got to this feature yet). So I have decided to use List<> objects.
I have a page that display a record set inside an update panel. There are also a handfull of checkboxes/textboxes that allow filters to be placed. Each checkbox/textbox is set as an async trigger for the update panel and set to autopostback.
If a single checkbox is clicked the whole filter/render process takes roughly 1.5s.
If I check a filter and then several more before the intial postback is complete I get a postback time of somewhere between 20-50s depending how many boxes I've clicked.
I notice (via firebug) when I check a box that triggers an async postback and than another box the original async post back is aborted. And yet it seems like it still executes (or maybe locks?) something on the server.
i have 4 update panels, and 1 of them updates after a button has been clicked, and the other 3 panels contain other buttons, but what i would like to do is that, when the button is clicked, how would i make it ONLY trigger for that update panel, as it updates the whole page, and is affecting my Textbox on the page, which is also in an update panel. how i could make just that specific panel update, and not all of them?
Suddenly all update panels in my website became unknown elements. They work fine when I run site.
no intellisense in update panel (no properties appear, no tags, like "triggers") no ID property when I drag updatepanel from toolbox VS says that I check if webconfig contains reference to System.Web.Extensions
I have a Gridview containing 10 columns and anywhere from 10 to 40 rows and each cell contains either dropdown or input boxes.I also have a calendar control that changes the data displayed in the gridview.Right now I have an outer update panel around the entire gridview and then I have inner update panels around each control, so potentially 400 update panels depending on the amount of rows for each day.The individual control updates happen fairly quickly if I for example change a dropdown etc, but when I change the day and the entire gridview has to refresh it is painfully slow.On average 30-50% of the cells will be manipulated between change of date. What is best practise? Right now it is to slow.
I have two different repeater control which are in two different Update panel.I want to bind one Repeater value with another.But When i am using asyncPostBackTrigger or postbacktrigger it is reloading whole page.
I am going to outline my setup then where i am failing
UpdatePanel1 - Contents : 3 textboxes and AddButton UpdatePanel2 - Contents : 1 GridView and SubmitButton
AddButton adds new row to DataTable with data from textboxes, binds DataTable to GridView SubmitButton sends data to database. The Adding of a row works to add the row to the gridview, but it won't add a second or third and so on, only adds the 1. SubmitButton belives the DataTable that GridView is databound to is null and won't send anything to the database. How can i get the datatable to persist between the two update panels? Do i use Sessions as my storage location? Page
Is it possible to send multiple HTTP requests asynchronously to an ASP.NET web site or any other web server using .NET ? And, then. collect responses from those requests as they come using .NET asynchronous paradigm ? Is it possible ? Or would there still be limit of max 2 HTTP connections from .NET using HTTP ?
For an ASP.NET 4.0 / IIS7 web app, I would like to support compressed HTTP requests. Basically, I would like to support clients that would add Content-Encoding: gzip in the request headers, and compress the body accordingly.