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Reset a Web Page to initial state via Button

Posted on 2003-12-03
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Have a web page with 30+ controls of most types(textboxes, dropdown lists, checkboxes...)

User presses a SAVE button (System.Web.UI.WebControls.Button)

From the .net codebehind want to perform various tasks (already written) and then reload / reinitialize the page as if just loaded for the first time.  The actual URL does have some values set ie.  page.aspx?id=1&name=test

Programming in VB.net

Would think this would be easy but have found no simple solution yet...
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by:roverm
ID: 9869720
Set the viewstate(s) to 'False'. That should do the trick.

D'Mzz!
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by:dante469
ID: 9869752
Looking for a modular solution that will work on any web form w/o having to hardcode each control...

Goal is the user hits the SAVE button (record is saved) then form is cleared and user can fill out again and press the SAVE button again...  This process should be repeatable over and over...
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by:roverm
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Hmm, how about adding some javascript to reset all values:

<script language="javascript">
  function window.onload()
    { document.forms(0).reset(); }
</script>

D'Mzz!
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by:dante469
ID: 9870317
Dim sc As String = "<script language='javascript'> function window.onload() { document.forms(0).reset(); } </script>"

RegisterStartupScript("a", sc)

Does not work :(....
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testn earned 250 total points
ID: 9871878
Just do this....

Response.Redirect("page.aspx?id=1&name=test")

:) It should work
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by:dante469
ID: 9874254
testn- Like the approach, however looking for a generic solution and the arguments passed on the command line can/will change.  Soo close :)...
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by:dante469
ID: 9874413
testn- The following code is a generic solution based on your approach:

Response.Redirect(Request.Url.AbsoluteUri, False)

Awarding you the points...  Thank you :)...
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by:testn
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Thanks :)
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