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Adding programatically created controls as triggers for updatepanel.

Hi!
I've been trying and I've been reading but I cannot make this thing work... Adding programmatically created controls as triggers for my updatepanel, sigh.

I have 2 repeaters that creates Headlines and Checkboxes that will later filter out a gridview.
The gridview is within a updatepanel, the repeaters are not.
The checkboxes are created based on data from my database.
The checkboxes CheckedChanged events are fired and the filtering begins.
Works great.

Now I want the gridview to update through a AsyncPostBack.
I've tried added this to both Checkbox_Init and repeater_ItemDataBound
        AsyncPostBackTrigger trigger = new AsyncPostBackTrigger();
        trigger.ControlID = checkBox.UniqueID;
        updGv.Triggers.Add(trigger);

and I've tried this on both locations:
        ScriptManager1.RegisterAsyncPostBackControl(checkBox);

I have been reading and apparently you have to use the ScriptManager1.RegisterAsyncPostBackControl method to make this work but it just wont.

Any ideas?

Thanks for any help...
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braalewi

8/22/2022 - Mon
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braalewi

Is the ID of the update panel you mentioned in you solution the client id or the .net control id? I have a repeater that contains an update panel that contains another repeater. The button for the trigger is outside the panel. When the button is clicked it is supposed to populate the repeater inside the update panel. I implemented your solutions, but I get a javascript error "Object doesn't support this property or method."
Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
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Hi Braalewi, sorry for not noticing your comment until now.

updPanel is the .net id of the <asp:UpdatePanel> control.

The button that updates the inner-repeater is inside the first repeater right? And that button is added at runtime?

Maybe you can post your code and I can have a look at it, since its a javascript error it somehow looks like the postback on the button is faulty. Is the button also added at runtime? Is the repeater added at runtime?


braalewi

I ended up getting this working. Thanks for the reply.
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