I have a requirement to check for a certain condition on postback before redirecting (Response.Redirect) to another page.
If the showConfrim flag == true, then the client will be show a modal dialog box asking them if they are sure they want to redirect. If the user clicks on "Yes", then the page posts back and the desired effect is that the lbtnRedirect_OnClick event is fired. How would I about tracking the lbtnRedirect event?
I have no problem tracking the flag to show the modal (yes JS must be used to show the modal... somethings you just cannot get rid of :)). I should have been more clear.
It is when the user clicks "Yes" to continue the redirect. The page will postback again but needs to know which event to go through.
i.e. Suppose there are 3 onclick events, 1) lbtnRedirect1_Onclick 2) lbtnRedirect2_OnClick 3) lbtnRedirect3_OnClick... each of which does the confirm check.
Each onclick event does the check. So when the user clicks on "Yes" on the modal, how does the page know which event to drop back into?
I am redirecting from A.aspx to C.aspx and B.aspx to C.aspx.In C.aspx i have a button "Back Page". I am implementing as below.If there is a better way pls let me know.
In A.aspx and B.aspx before redirecting to C.aspx,saving the LastPageURL in session
Dim lastPage as string = Request.UrlReferrer.AbsolutePath Dim sArray() as string = lastPage.split("/") lastPage = sArray(Array.Length-1) Session("LastURL") = lastpage On click of Button "Back Page" in C.aspx Response.Redirect(Session("LastURL"),True)
I understand that asp:link button is a control with JS that forces a postback. I have code that runs on OnClick in codebehind of this linkbutton. I placed a counter (with the aid of viewstate) within this code to count the number of times the event fires. The first time it fires the code runs, but as the process is a little long, when the second postback fires it stops the first running in its tracks, so the execution is incomplete. I have googled this issue, and found that some say an img tag with out a complete src address forces a postback, I examined my source and I have no bad src's. The link button is on a complicated ascx page with many controls etc, so I cant post it here. Is there a way to CANCEL the link button immediately OnClick so it only runs once?
i am currently developing an asp.net project. there is a previous, next, and cancel button that the user can utilize, but the problem is that everything is broken into controls so that if they hit the browser's back button it will reset everything and take them to the very beginning. i would like to capture the onbeforeunload event and trigger the previous button click event (i.e. treating navigation like clicking the previous button).
When creating dynamic controls based on a data source of arbitrary and changing size, what is the official way to track exactly how many controls need to be rebuilt into the page's control collection after a Postback operation (i.e. on the server side during the ASP.NET page event lifecycle) specifically the point at which dynamic controls are supposed to be rebuilt? Where is the arity stored for retrieval and reconstruction usage?
By "official" I mean the Microsoft way of doing it. There exist hacks like Session storage, etc but I want to know the bonafide or at least Microsoft-recommended way. I've been unable to find a documentation page stating this information. Usually code samples work with a set of dynamic controls of known numbers. It's as if doing otherwise would be tougher.
Update: I'm not inquiring about user controls or static expression of declarative controls, but instead about dynamically injecting controls completely from code-behind, whether they be mine, 3rd-party or built-in ASP.NET controls.
I am trying to keep track of prints that are made for a page. The page has Print this page link. And the code for it is like below: This is written in .cs file as there are many conditions for displaying this. And i am appending here using String Builder.
I have a textbox in my form wich has an ajax autocomplete extender. I could load the list , my problem is i need to get the ID of the selected list item and based on the selected item load few controls. the following is my code
all i need is a way to get the selected value to the hidden field (hdnReceiverID) when i tried with text changed of the text box it doesnt give the value.
Is there another way to track the selected item change ?
I have 2 textboxes and a submit button inside a .net composite server control. I tried to only postback when submit button is clicked. I set autopostback = false for both textboxes. But either one still trigger submit button's onclick event by hitting "Enter" inside textbox. How can I stop postback by enter key?
How would I get the previous item on DropDownList before OnSelectedIndexChanged fires the event?
I had a DropDownList that has names as its items ("John", "Mark"). By default the SelectedIndex is "John". Upon changing its index and selecting "Mark" the event OnSelectedIndexChanged will be triggered. When I use ddlName.SelectedIndex it will return only the index for "Mark" which I want to get is the index of "John".
On my page: a Button1, a ListView1, a Panel1 and inside Panel1 an ImageButton1In the ListView1_PreRender-Event the property Panel1.Visible = false or Panel1.Visible = true is set.1. After first loading of the Page Panel.Visible = false ist set in ListView1_PreRender.2. After the postback click on Button1 the criteria for the visibility of Panel1 are evaluated, thus setting in the ListView_PreRender Panel.Visible = true.
I have a script that runs during the Page_Load() event which checks a database table to make sure that the user is still owns the lock on the page. If they no longer own the lock, I disable all the controls on the page and display an error message.My thinking was that by disabling all controls during Page_Load() I could prevent any PostBack events from occuring. For example, I have a button on the page called "Save and Quit"
I am developing a web application in ASP.NET3.5 with C#. I also using Telerik RadAjax Control. When user click the menu then open the page with a new tab(Like web Browser).I want to create, when user back any previous tab(page) the will be show the previous data without loading 2nd time( like browser tab). Is it Possible ?
In my Home page I have a link to my Details page. When I click on the link it goes to the Details page Page Load Function like its suppose to, but when it finishes it goes back to the Home pages Page Load Function. Then loads the Details page. So it parses the old pages Page Load Function for somewhat no apparent reason, because in the end it loads the Details page. This only happens when I click on the link to my Details page. When I click on other links to other pages, it doesn't do this. For some reason only my Details page. I went through the code to see what could be causing this but have no clue. I included below the complete .aspx.vb for my Details page. What could be causing this? Again this ONLY happens when going to my Details page.
I'm working on a wizard-like set of page, and I'm relying on cross page postbacks to navigate between them.
I need to be able to trigger the Load event on the previous page in order to save the form data for the page.
I've been told that for situations of this sort all I had to do is access the PreviousPage property in the destination page and this would trigger the load event of the previous page but for some reason this doesn't seem to be working.
Is there anything else I can do to explicitly trigger the load event on the previouspage if the PreviousPage property is not null?
I'm using a wizard control with 4 steps, when I use the previous button to navigate back to the previous step the page reloads but at the bottom of the page.Instead of showning the whole of the page, the user views the footer of the site and the previous button and next button.I'm sure there is a very simple answer to this but I just can't figure out how to get the page to reload to the top.
According toMSDN[URL]Postback event handling:If the request is a postback, control event handlers are called. After that, the Validate method of all validator controls is called, which sets the IsValid property of individual validator controls and of the page."It is my understanding that the Validate method of the validtor controls is called after Load but before the control event handlers.The text quoted says its after the control event handlers.
I capture the initializeRequest AJAX event using Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager.getInstance().add_initializeRequest(InitializePostback).
Inside the InitializePostback function, I can successfully get the item that triggered the postback by calling args.get_postBackElement(), but this is not enough info for me, I also need to get the postback argument that was sent with the postback. How can I do this?