If you always want to execute your script, regardless of which panel updates, you'd call ScriptManager.RegisterClientScriptBlock(Page, ... ); share|improve this answer answered Aug 8 '12 at 15:05 Ruben 10.9k22042 Reply With Quote Jun 11th, 2008,08:29 AM #21 MMock View Profile View Forum Posts Thread Starter PowerPoster Join Date Apr 2007 Location The Struts Concert Aug 2nd in Boston, MA (Kiss However, as outlined in another answer, you should ideally change the content-type to text/xml, so the client knows what data format to expect. http://tgynther.blogspot.in/2009/02/aspnet-updatepanel-and-responsewrite.html http://forums.asp.net/t/1279838.aspx Chetan Sarode Team Lead, Product Development Approva Systems Pvt Ltd, Pune, India. have a peek at this web-site
Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. %d bloggers like this: Scott Hanselman about blog speaking podcasts books browse by category or date ASP.NET, It also works using <%="Hello"%>. It turns out there is, and it's a lot cleaner than just executing a Response.Write: ScriptManager.RegisterClientScriptBlock and ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript. Why is looping over find's output bad practice? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6000427/why-does-response-writesometing-not-work-in-asp-net-code-behind
Tweet Home Download Release History Community Downloads Store Form Wizard Pro Event Calendar Pro Mobile Kit Pro Web Invoice Pro Site Membership Pro Fund Raiser Pro Page Manager Pro Forums Blog So this is what I tried: Code: Try adapter.Fill(dsInvoices) Catch ex As Exception ' Response.Write("") ' Page.RegisterStartupScript("mymsg", " "Hema"
Nag, nag, nag... (just kidding). Did I cheat? You may also want to review the installation documentation. Is there a way to block an elected President from entering office?
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