This will ensure that the first panel is updated even when a control on a different Update Panel is used.
The Async Post Back Trigger tag is pretty simple - it only takes two attributes, the controlid, a reference to the control which can trigger it, and the eventname, which tells which eventtype can cause the trigger to fire.
The Triggers tag allows you to define certain triggers which will make the panel update it's content. You will notice that then first button updates only the first datestamp, while the second button updates both. We have set the Panels to update conditionally, which means that their content is only updated if something insides them causes a postback, or if one of the defined triggers are fired.
The following example will show the use of both childtags. As you can see, the first Update Panel carries a trigger which references the second button.
The Update Panel control is probably the most important control in the ASP. It will AJAX'ify controls contained within it, allowing partial rendering of the area.
If you wish for the content of a Update Panel to be updated no matter what, you may change the updatemode property to Always.
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If you get this error go through your page and all the controls in it (including controls within controls) and make sure you don’t have a “ This entry was posted on Thursday, December 28th, 2006 at am and is filed under AJAX. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.