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Loginstatus server control in MasterPage breaking Ajax in Grid Link on Page

Posted on 2008-06-23
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I'm not sure what is causing the problem I have with postback from a link within a grid cell of a third party grid (obout grid). I got the link to work within an updatepanel so that the entire page would not reload, but when I added <%--<asp:LoginStatus ID="LoginStatus1" runat="server" />--%> to my masterpage, the updatepanel stopped working. Even after removing the loginstatus control, the updatepanel fails to prevent the full page refresh.

I tried wrapping the LoginStatus in an updatepanel but this did not work as well. What am I missing on how this works?
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Question by:ChiBella
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can we see some abbreviated code (dont need everything in the updatepanel)
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User error here. Not really sure what the problem was but a reboot fixed it.
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