troubleshooting Question

SaveViewState from javascript

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I have an aspx page containing a gridview object.  I allow row level editing in the gridview, but I handle all the edits client-side using javascript.  When all edits are done, a save button is clicked that shows an ajax modalpopupextender to confirm the save request.  The problem is that when the popup is fired, the values entered in the gridview all revert to the origin values.  I am certain that this is being caused by the viewstate process.  My question is, is there a way to invoke the documents viewstate from withiun the javascript that I am using to handle the row updates?  If not, is there another way to fix this rather annoying problem?
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