However, if the parent Update Panel is refreshed, then the child Update Panel will also be refreshed.When working in the markup editor in Visual Studio, you may notice (from Intelli Sense) that there are two child elements of an , and can specify any Control within the current unit of encapsulation (for instance, if your Update Panel control resides within a Web User Control, you should not attempt to reference a Control on the Page on which the User Control will reside).Unfortunatelly, in large applications in may be very significant problem.To overcome this problem it is better during postback to load user control in overridden Load View State method after calling base. In this case you do load it before postback data are handled and user control comes loaded to Page_load event.If update a value with a popup, no change happens until the hidden button is pushed (this I have tried with the button visible). I have also tried adding the date Modal OKButton to the collection of triggers for the Update Panel - this does nothing as well. -Rasmus From the client-side click, you can refresh the Update Panel, see Also, see this post: this helps, -Damien I certainly agree with you that, when children makes a post back the update panel should update.In case you dont see the update panel updating, there could issues with your page code, or design or properties of some control or ... However, i recommend you to check if you have 'Children As Triggers' properties is set to true for the update panel. Incase this does not help , post your code, i can help you fixing your issue [:)].control is a server control that helps you develop Web pages with complex client behavior that makes a Web page appear more interactive to the end user.Writing code that coordinates between server and client to update only specified parts of a Web page usually requires in-depth knowledge of ECMAScript (Java Script).
I have found a lot of request in Ajax Forum and some of them are having misconception about this.
Thanks, Atanu Children As Triggers has been true all along.
And I can update the updatepanel by pressing a button which is directly in the updatepanel, but it won't update when I press the OK button on the Modal Popup.
An asynchronous postback behaves like a regular postback in that the resulting server page executes the complete page and control life cycle.
However, with an asynchronous postback, page updates are limited to regions of the page that are enclosed in controls and that are marked to be updated.
Once you complete reading this post you will be able to load controls dynamically and learn how to employ different helper controls like , the reason is otherwise those dynamically loaded controls will not be visible in the consequent postbacks.