I have the following code and no matter what I do onclick event for button is not firing. I tried deleting the button, the pages. Redid the code. Moved the web project to a different computer and nothing. It worked a few hours ago.
I came across a very strange occurrence with ASP.NET onclick event in IE (other browsers doesn't seem to have this problem). When there is only one textbox field in a form, the onclick event doesn't fire when you enter text and hit Enter/Return. The event does fire when you click on the actual submit button. When there are two or more fields in the form, hitting Enter/Return works just fine.
I have a web page which has both asp.net controls as well as AJAX controls.I am facing a weird issue when I introduce some AJAX controls(Modal popup) inside a tabbed panel, the button onClick event stops firing.
Gridrow Button click loads aspx Page1 which is a Modal window(window.showmodaldialog). It has an ascx in it called UC1. In my Page1 following is added.
<head><base target ='_self'/></head>(this was added to solve the problem of losing session data on load of Page1) I cannot do away without this code.
I am assuming this is avoiding Pageload event of Page1 when the same gridrow button, who opens up Page1, is clicked the second time. Please note that after second click I can see the page1 with all it's controls but when I try to debug, I see that it does not raise the page load event the second time. It's as thought the page had been cached or the same frame is gettign loaded.
Problem is I want to raise the Page load event the second time also beacuse my dataload for Page1 happens only on page load. PS: Please note only the second click onwards page load doesn't happen. the first time pagelaod works. If I click a new row's button the first time it works.. later it stops doing a pageload
I decided to change what JS functions Im calling now since calling Multiple functions definately wasnt helping. Here's my updated code. All Im doing now is validating a single textbox and returning true or false. Even this simple function is causing the postback URL to never get called. Could it have anything to do with the fact that Im trying to call a function to return a true or false?
I have two problems with a databound AJAX Accordion. The Accordion looks like this:
The code behind has this subroutine:
The second problem is that I'm not sure how to go backwards with the databind. I want to be able to make use of the UpdateMethod in the ObjectDataSource because I also have textboxes inside the accordion. I will have a Save subroutine that can be called but I'm not sure what code to put inside it.
I am using the following code to load user control on to ASPX Page, which under a Master Page:
The user control name is passed as a parameter on the URL.
Inside the user, there is a LinkButton. The link button has a simple server side code for OnClick event.
Everything is working fine on the production machine, but, on the Development machine, I can see incorrect behaviour. I have started making some development changes on the Development Machine since several months back, and it will be very difficult to find out what caused the problem.
When I click the LinkButton inside the user control, the user control is removed from the parent page, and the OnClick event of the LinkButton is not firing.
I did debug, and found out that after I click on the LinkButton inside the user control, then the Page Load events for the master page and the ASPX page are working fine, and the IsPostBack is set to true, but the OnClick event of the LinkButton is not firing.
on the code page I have mapped the OnCommand event to the following code
Protected Sub ImageButton_Command(ByVal sender As Object, _ ByVal e As System.Web.UI.WebControls.CommandEventArgs) Try Dim img As ImageButton = CType(sender, ImageButton) img.BorderStyle = BorderStyle.Ridge SortOrder = e.CommandArgument BindData() Catch exc As Exception ProcessModuleLoadException(Me, exc) End Try End Sub
My problem is that by clicking on the image button in the gridview header, the OnCommand event is not being fired. I have tried this with both OnClick and OnCommand and neither fires. I can't see what I am doing wrong if anything.
I have a button that has click event in my C#. This works great. However afetr pressing F5 to refresh the page I noticed the button event is fired. This occurs every time I click F5. I've added if(page.IsPostBack) and the method still runs.
Is there any way to stop method from firing when the F5 Refresh button is clicked?
I have a cancel button on a number of steps which when clicked allows the user to exit the wizard. However, I have a few steps that use the RequiredValidator control, which when the cancel button is clicked these validators are also fired. Also I have these steps inside User Controls as a oppose to being on one page. How do I stop these validator controls from firing when the cancel button is clicked?
Case for use:
There is a LinkButton tag on the page. For this page, if the user has one friend, I only want to run client side code if the button is clicked and would not for any reason want to make a post back. If the user has more than one friend I would want a click to trigger a postback.
Using any asp.net Ajaxtoolkit
Dynamically switching the control type (i.e. if friends == 1 use a asp:Hyperlink)
-I want to avoid this because it is not scalable. There might be many cases where I want an asp:Link tag to do a postback or to not do a postback depending on the user context or user attributes Using OnClientClick (I am using jQuery would like to avoid this)
I have 2 update panels where the server-side button (in a jQuery accordion) in the first update panel should update the second update panel.When the button is clicked, jQuery hides the accordion and displays a results div. This all works fine client side to be fair to IE. The server-side onclick event does not fire though in IE. In Firefox it does! The first update panel is displayed below, here the "btnGenerateReport" event should fire server side.
To add confusion ... if I comment out '$accordion.toggle($effect);' lines then the second update panel does get updated.I'm not sure what other information I can give here. I'm stumped as to why this works with Firefox and not IE.
I would like to add an Onclick event to one button (ShipEdit is the name of the button), I would like to redirect user by clicking this button to new page that is (../Account/MyAccount.aspx) and send 2 variables that is (LineItem.LineKey and shipment.ShipmentKey) with the URL: I need to write a code in this module:
Have a form with a button and some text fields on it.When I hit enter after filling a field the event for the button fires up event onClick.How can I get around this since on one of the fields I have a textchangeEvent I to fire up.