Old AJAX in .NET 1.1 compatibility with .NET framework 2.0. Ajax does not work always ....................
Hello,I have converted the web site from .NET 1.1 to .NET 2.0. Some of the pages in the web site use AJAX which was developed in .NET 1.1Ajax does not work smoothly in .NET 2.0. Do I have to use ATLAS or is there any fix I can use to make the AJAX work ?Please let me know. Many thanks in advance. Nick..........ajax .net 2 after ajax call is done how to call JS alert
All, I have an application that uses SQL server as backend. The application has 5 drop down lists and the contents of the bottom 4 list depends on the item selected in drop down list 1 (think of it as cascading drop down lists if you will). Each of these lists pull data from a SQL database. The application works fine - the only issue is the delay in pulling data. I tried to "ajaxify" this (by including a ScriptManager, UpdatePanel and doing the necessary web.config edits), but it doesn't do the trick.Is there a better solution for this? I looked at the Cascading drop down ...Ajax.Net Autocomplete is not calling web method
I am using Ajax.net autocomplete on a textbox. I have a web service named OccupationList.asmx in my project which is running well while testing separately. I have also added its web reference to my project. It seems like web service is not calling from here. aspx code is like here -
<asp:ScriptManager ID="ScriptManager1" runat="server"></asp:ScriptManager>
Occupation: <asp:TextBox ID="TextBox1" runat="server"></asp:TextBox>
<cc1:AutoCompleteExtender ID="TextBox1_AutoCompleteExtender" runat=&q...Client vs. Server Side AJAX.Net
I am curious to know what the advantages and disadvantages are to using the
client side declarative style AJAX
controls vs. the server side. I can't seem to think of too many reasons
why I would go to the client side libraries when I can use all the power of
ASP.NET (debugging, compiling, controls) and just wrap them in a
It also seems kind of counter productive to use the client side
libraries because they don't utilize all the cool new developments of
ASP.NET. Am I missing something? Do the client AJAX libraries give you more flexibility?
Can the two, client and server libraries, be used together in one site?
Just curious to see how people are using one vs. the other and the
Hi,while everyone has got its opinions and feelings about the server-centric and client-centric programming models, IMHO one thing must be stated clearly: all the MS AJAX stuff is built on top of the client-side library, from the UpdatePanel to all the Control Toolkit extenders (that wrap special client-side components called "behaviors") to the drag and drop functionality, templated client controls, bindings, transformers, declarative syntax, animations...The power comes from the client-side library :) Alessandro Gallo | Blog | My book: ASP.NET AJAX In Action
IMHO with the server side approach using UpdatePanel you have more productivity, because you can work as...Does anyone know of either an ajax.net blog available or an 'inline editor' for ajax.net?
I'm desperately trying to find an AJAX control (I don't care if it's currently for ASP.NET AJAX.NET, since if not, I'll do the conversion and make it available to others) for creating blogs and another inline editor control, so that if there is text on the page, I can click on the text and it will automatically display an editor and allow me to edit the text/html.
Does anyone know of a control like this that's AJAX enabled? Especially AJAX.NET. I'm only interested in open-source, since any improvements I make I will make available on codeplex.com
Thanks in advance for any pointer to a download page or pointers to a control that could be enhanced to do what I want...
Anyone? Buehler? If anyone is looking for one, if I can find a reasonable facsimile, my work on it would benefit you too. ;-)
<Most> all of the text editors out there are 'ajax' enabled - just not Microsoft Ajax enabled. All of the popular ones like tinyMCE, FCKEditor and FTB (FreeTextBox) can be used with Microsoft Ajax by utilizing a 'wrapper approach'. John Dyer (FTB author) was at one time looking for someone(s) to assist in getting FTB 3.0 compatible with Ajax before rolling out his new version...Other than that if I remember correctly in the MSDN Magazine archives was an article on creating a 'rich text' editor control. Those that do not use those use third party commercial components...hence why no real answers to this question.......Client Call back or AJAX.NET.... Which is the better option?
Please guide me which is the better option between client call and ajax.net(atlas)
Thanks in advance
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Is there any documentation showing what is required to equip a server-side WebControl to work with AJAX.NET?
I have some VERY simple WebControls that fire "Click" events. One of them consistantly causes the entire page to refresh, while the other doesn't. But they are both doing the same thing. For some reason, one seems to not work with AJAX.NET, while the other does. Both of them are wrapped inside an UpdatePanel and ContentTemplate - but behave differently under AJAX.NET. Mysterious.
If there is a plain-jane, simple example of a WebControl and the proper way to have it fire events (__doPostBack) without causing the entire page to refresh, that would be VERY helpful.
If yes then please give me the code or URL.
I found some article using Ajax.dll but I want to use System.Web.Extensions.dll or AjaxControlToolkit.dll.
Please help me.
Thanks in advance
Ajax.NET and ASP.NET AJAX, what you want, are completely different implementations so please be sure to use the correct terminology in the future as there are already 100+ AJAX frameworks aroun...AJAX.net doesn't work on production server?
So everything works perfectly on my dev computer (even in iis on XP), but it won't work at all on the production machine. Here are the errors I've gotten and what I've done. First I got an error saying it can't find an assembly, so I added System.Web.Extensions and System.Web.Extensions.Design to the bin folder. Why aren't these assemblies added automatically and why would it work on the development box with out the assemblies in the bin folder but it won't work on the production server? After I did that I got a message about how my pages weren't precompiled after I did a publish and copied the files from PrecompiledWeb?! Again after publish the site worked on my XP machine IIS, but some how copying file from dev to production causes them to become unprecompiled? I ended up checking the "Allow this precompiled site to be updatable" and I don't get the precompile error. Now I have a problem where I get an IndexOutOfRangeException in production that just doesn't exist dev and I have no idea what is causing this one. What am I doing wrong and why is it so hard to move this to production?
Ok, now for reasons I do not understand I no longer get the IndexOutOfRangeException, but I'm getting a FileLoadException saying Could not load file or assembly 'System.Web.Extensions, Version=22.214.171.124, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35' or one of its dependencies. The l...Troubleshoot Web Service; Ajax AutoComplete events do not appear to not fire; Ajax web service appears to not work. .NET
Folks, I had the situation that Ajax AutoComplete events in the web service did not fire after I copied a project out of a folder, renamed it and moved it to a server. The fix was hard to find but easy to solve. I had some web service modules in an ASMX file that provided AutoComplete entries -- i.e., after the user keys in 2 or 3 characters, the list of possible entries with those leading characters is displayed for the user to select.
To solve the problem, look at the web service's directive, not the code-behind or the ASMX designer.
Do a right-mouse-click on the web service, in my case named AutoComplete.asmx, and open with Notepad if nothing else.
<%@ WebService Language="vb" CodeBehind="AutoComplete.asmx.vb" Class="FORMERPROJECTNAME.AutoComplete" %>
I changed 'FORMERPROJECTNAME' to 'CURRENTPROJECTNAME', and it once again worked like a champ.
Thank you for your post!
As we all know, the namespace name for a project is the project name by default.so....
Thanks again for sharing your solution.
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Thanks so much! I'm embarrassed to admit that I spent 3 hours trying (unsuccessfully) to debug this on my project. You hit the nail on the head. I had also copied a working AutoComplete from another project, and apparently messed up when I renamed it. The error is ...AutoCompleteExtender : calling web method problem after installing AJAX.NET Beta 1
I recently wrote an application using AJAX.NET (and obvioulsy .NET 2.0). When I went to publish the site on the server I realized that neither .NET 2.0 or AJAX.NET were installed.
I downloaded both and installed. Rebooted the server to be sure.
After I created the virtual directory, I went to check the site. I got a parse error ont he web.config file, immediately I realized that I forgot to set the site to 2.0 from 1.1 (like I do EVERY SINGLE TIME, but that is not here nor there).
The wierd thing is, is that once I switched over to 2.0 when...Starting an Ajax.net Application in .net
i am new to ajax.net
could any one give me simple ajax,net example
so that i start building on my ajax skills
I started with the todolist video on the main asp.net/ajax page, and its all you need to know to get started. http://download.microsoft.com/download/0/f/6/0f651a0f-6f2b-4497-b061-e1b2825e22e0/MSAJAX-ToDoList.wmv Don't forget to click "Mark as Answer" on the post that helped you.This credits that member, earns you a point and marks your thread as Resolved so we will all know you have been helped.
Please remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the post that helps you.This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.Thanks,Ron...Call to non .net COM not working after .NET
I have developed small samples of ASP.NET and one of them I tried to call a standard COM (non .NET). I took the code out for now, but a call to that COM from traditional ASP application now does not work. Does anyone have an idea how to correct this?...Ajax, .Net, and Server question
I am hosting websites using Server 2003 Standard Edition. I host primarily ASP.NET websites and the majority of .Net 2.0. What do I need to do if someone developed a website with Ajax in it for me to be able to host it, or can I do it as-is the way I am doing stuff?Robert Williams, OwnerWilliams Web Solutionswww.williamswebsolutions.netWebsite design & redesignWebsite & e-mail hosting
If the site is developed using Microsoft's ASP.NET AJAX, you must install ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX Extensions 1.0 on the server, since the framework is installed in the Global Assembly C...Ajax.NET Professional ABANDONED
Michael Schwarz the guy behind Ajax.NET Professional has in his latest blog officially declared that "he will no longer be able to maintain Ajax.NET Pro" and that he has officially abandoned the project. Read more about the news here;Ajax.NET Professional ABANDONED
From http://ajaxwidgets.com/Blogs/thomas/ajax_net_professional_is_dead.bbAs several people here on the comments (and in other blogs) have stated; Ajax.NET Professional is not technically dead since it is a CodePlex project,
though all the three people with write access to the repository have
(as of today) not done ...How to AJAX.NET website to server?
What exactly is needed to move my AJAX.NET website from my development machine to the central production server? Does AJAX.NET and the Control Toolkit have to be installed on the server as well?
I'm hoping there's a way to host it w/o any additional software installation, because cutting through the red tape is going to be tough...
Only the AJAX.NET (I assume you use the Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX implementation) must be installed on the server. The control toolkit is a separate DLLRichardhttp://www.richardsoeteman.net
richardsoeteman.net:Only the AJAX.NET (I assu...question on Ajax and .NET method
can you please give me some sample code on how to refer to those key values in C# method?
Thanks in advaance
I guess, you just need to parse the string on the server!blog.budigelli.com
thanks for the reply
the key value pair is not serialized into a string. it is a java...AJAX.Net not working in IE7
Hi all! Super nOOb here!
Perhaps this is has already been answered, but please forgive this nOOb.
I have a site with 1 master page and several content pages. When using the Accordion control(from the Ajax toolkit)it works great in Firefox 2.0, but not in IE7. I built it just like in the Vid tutorial(with the exception of using master pages). The links in the header do Not fire in IE7, but they work great in FF2.0
Any suggestions/ help would be greatly appreciated.
can you please provide the least amount of relevant code to reproduce the error? Without code...AJAX not working on deployed server, but works on test server
Hello, I tried to search on this question, but I'm not sure how to form it, so if it has been answered, my appologies.
I had an application developed by a 3rd party company using ASP.NET (2.0, C#) and AJAX. On their test server the AJAX is working. I have a page that has three drop downs. The top drop down populates the second and the second populates the third. On my production box, the app is not getting the new data for the second and third drop downs. (But it does on the test server)
I am running MS 2003 server with IIS and ASP.NET and AJAX insta...adding Ajax to my non-Ajax .NET web site
I've a site that i developed by .NET (visual studio.net 2005 - VB.net) and want to add Ajax into the pages now.
I've downloaded required AJAX tools and be able to develop AJAX enabled pages but want to integrate ajax features to existing pages.
Could you please help me how i can do this?
Look at the videos here: http://www.asp.net/learn/ajax-videos/ (number 7 in particular)Steve Wellens My blog
if a web site is a normal asp web site then u have to add these lines in web.config under the system.web tag
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The reason is this... I need to have the code go get information based on what is retrieved and then do some calculations based on that and then display the information in one of my controls. I am n...AJAX not working on server, works on test server and developer machine
I use ASP.NET AJAX on my web page. The page consists of two textboxes and two buttons. Textbox 1 is within an update panel triggered by button 1 and the other textbox is updated by full page postback caused by button 2. This works perfectly on my developer machine and on a test server (W2K3) but when I publish it to the real server (W2K3 Server) the page always posts back when clicking button 1 instead of just updating the textbox within the update panel. When I look at the source of the generated page in the browser I see that the server version of the page does not include a...