[ACCEPTED]-ASP.NET - UpdatePanel and JavaScript-updatepanel

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Score: 31



And then:

function endRequestHandler(sender, args)
  // Do stuff

Documentation here and here. Keep in 2 mind that this will fire for every AJAX 1 request on the page.

Score: 27

This should do the trick:

       <script type="text/javascript">
            var prm = Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager.getInstance();

            function BeginRequestHandler(sender, args) 
                 //Jquery Call

            function EndRequestHandler(sender, args) 
                 //Jquery Call



Score: 4

Here is an article for how to do it using 2 ScriptManager's static method RegisterClientScriptBlock. Tried 1 it and works like a charm.


Score: 3
var requestManager = Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager.getInstance();
requestManager.add_beginRequest(function () { alert('here1') });
requestManager.add_endRequest(function () { alert(here2') });

Source: http://www.howtositecore.com/?p=36


Score: 3

The Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager.getInstance() method 7 works great for me as well.

I work with 6 a lot of pages that contain multiple Updatepanels 5 and I've learned that this will automatically 4 fire even if the Updatepanel you don't want 3 it for refreshes. So inside the function 2 that fires on the event make sure you have 1 something like:

function BeginRequestHandler(sender, args) {
if (args.get_postBackElement().id == "ID of the Updatepanel") {
// do stuff here
Score: 2


First, to answer your direct question. In 13 your callback that is being called by the 12 update panel, you should be able to use 11 a RegisterStartupScript call to invoke a 10 JS method . Then in your JS method, you 9 would show the message and then you can 8 use do a:

setTimeout('$('#myMessage').fadeOut("slow")', 4000);

to have it fade away after 4 seconds.

To 7 go one step further, since you're already 6 implementing JavaScript, I would invite 5 you to check out this article about UpdatePanels. If possible, I would 4 try to send Ajax calls to do your inserting, copying, and 3 editing and this would further simplify 2 your user feedback and would prevent excess 1 info across the wire.

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