sending data from client side to server side without postback?
I wonder if this is the right forum to post this question because it is an issue about both server and client side processing.
I am developing a web application (online store) which will run in a hosting company. Users accessing this app will be able to place orders with one limitation; the store has a schedule to accept orders. For example, it can be open from 8AM to 10PM and/or it can be closed on Mondays. I just can't validate time and/or day directly because time zone may lead to wrong results. So I thought about getting the schedule information, which is saved in my database, ...UPdating Client Side from Server Side with no Postback??
I have an application that I am porting to .net. It is a Web Form that imports an Excel File and Dumps it into a Database record by record. I want to be able to update the Clientside as to what record I am on in the excel file.
How using .net web form can I update the client side without doing a postback?Rico Rodriguez
Try using Ajax.Net, you can read more about it at : http://ajax.asp.net German Afanador
I am using Ajax. I don't have any idea still as to how to post back to the client side with status updates while processing...Problem between client-side & server-side
I have two select controls (HtmlControl) here. They are set to runat='server'.
I've bind some data to them when create.
The question is how i can get items of theirs when they're posted back?
The controls are like this:
<SELECT language="jscript" id="LbFrom" ondblclick="return LbFrom_ondblclick()"multiple size="9" name="Select1" runat="server">
<option></option>'some option here
</selec...Client-side & Server-side cursors
HI,What is the difference between Client-side & Server-side cursors? How do we define and use it?Which is default one that .net program uses?Thanks
Here is an acronym I learned on another forum. JFGI.
Another good articleBeware of bugs in the above code; I have only proved it correct, not tried it. (Donald Knuth)...Is it possible to call client side function from server side code without initial client request?
Atlas is great. I'm using timer to periodically check database changes on server to populate client side controls with new data. Is it possible to do it without a lot of client requests to server which takes a huge useless network traffic? Server should call client side function on all connected clients when, for example, 'database updated' event occurs on server. Thanks.
Hi~ Just for your interest, I think you could have a look at Comet, many web IM like Gmail's embeded Gtalk and meebo.com are built on this architecture你好! Just FYI o_O...Server-side or Client-side
In general, I'm wondering if there are any criteria to use when choosing between using a client side element or a server side element.
For example, if I'm going to put an HTML table on a page, how do I decide whether or not to use a server control? Should the server side always be chosen or if there is not explicit server side functionality required is it better to opt for a "normal" client side table?
Obviously, if there is a need for server side control the question is answered, I'm looking more at more ambiguous situations.
This is from Micros...Client side and server side
We have a application, where we have some validation on the clientside using EnableClientSideValidation.
If you don't have fullscreen you can't see some of the error-messages. What we want is to jump to the place on the page where the message is displayed.
One problem is that the button is a serverbutton (runat="server"). How can we accomplish this on the clientside using the same button. I have tried to use "onClientClick" and a link something like this:
<A HREF=http://forums.asp.net/AddPost.aspx?ForumID=18#form>form<...client-side and server-side?
My understanding on server side is the "form" ... like u will have <form action=".." method=post> ..... </form> ... so it will send to server ... am I on the right track? Are there any other type of server side examples?
ASP.NET itself is server side. Every piece of code processed is done on a server. What comes out of this is sent ...Server Side or Client Side
Hi I'm a bit confused about this whole server side / client side thing. Are applets, embeded objects consider client side? If I have a form within my aspx page which connects to a database on the server side what is it considered? If I have some business logic written within a VB file when the client access the functions within that business logic (for example some kind of validation function) does the client browser actually downloads that VB file? Can someone suggest how to differentiate between client side and server side components within a asp.net based website?
i can...What is Client Side and Server Side?
I am New of ASP.Net
What we can and should do client side and Server Side? What uses?
Please any one clear my doubt.
Thanking YouEndendrum Priyamudan P m R
Clientside is basically what a person can see and serverside is where actions get processed.
what is the difference between client side coding & server side coding ? when to use client side & server side code?
i have a very basic question. We have all these validation controls in asp.net ( required field, range validator and others)..my question is the required field validator is a server side control. So does that mean that it does a post back?..is it client side or server side control
The only controls that post back are buttons and other inputs where you set AutoPostback="True", such as a dropdownlist or a textbox. Another way of posting back is using an UpdatePanel and placing a trigger in it for a specified control and/or event.
All controls are considered clien...