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Executing Javascript on Page_Load()

Posted on 2008-10-29
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Hi all,
I have written a simple javascript function which opens a popup window to show search resluts. At the moment the Javascript is executed off the click of a button but i was wondering if it was possible to call the javascript function in the Page_Load() so the popup appears automatically when the page is loaded. Also i don't want to coming up on every PostBack so it would have to be when Page.IsPostBack = false.

Thanks in advance.
-M3mph15
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by:Gyanendra Singh
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please find sample code

also refer this link
http://bunkerhollow.com/blogs/matt/archive/2008/06/15/asp-net-execute-javascript-on-page-load.aspx
public Sub Page_Load(Sender As Object,e As EventArgs)     
       ' Form the script to be registered at client side.
'** add if ( !ispostback) if you only want to execute once
         Dim scriptString As String  = "<script language=JavaScript> function DoClick() {"
             scriptString += "showMessage2.innerHTML='<h4>Welcome to Microsoft .NET!</h4>'}"
         scriptString += "function Page_Load(){ showMessage1.innerHTML="
         scriptString += "'<h4>RegisterStartupScript Example</h4>'}<"
         scriptString += "/"
         scriptString += "script>"
 
             If(Not Me.IsStartupScriptRegistered("Startup")) Then
        Me.RegisterStartupScript("Startup", scriptString)
             End If
    End Sub

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<BODY onLoad="popupFunction();" onReload="javascript:return false;" >
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by:M3mph15
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Hi,
I tried what you have suggested. The Page Loads fine, no errors displayed but the window doesn't popup either. Here is my code:

Dim lhid As String = Request.QueryString("lhid")
lblLhId.Text = lhid
Dim scriptString As String = "<script type='text/javascript'> function showCon() {"
scriptString += "var obj_calwindow = window.open("
scriptString += "'ContactResults.aspx?type=con&lhid=' + " & lhid & " + '&contype=&condate=&loc=', 'Language', 'width=800,height='+'300'+"
scriptString += "',status=no,resizable=yes,top=200,left=200,dependent=yes,alwaysRaised=yes'"
scriptString += ");"
scriptString += "}<"
scriptString += "/"
scriptString += "script>"
If (Not ClientScript.IsStartupScriptRegistered("Startup")) Then
ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(GetType(Page), "Startup", scriptString)
End If
 Had to Modify Me.ClientScript because i kept getting a message saying in was obsolete.
What am i doing wrong?
-M3mph15
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by:M3mph15
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scrathcyboy your solution worked great. nice and Simple Thanks.  
BondinASP thanks for your suggestion. I didn't get time to play around with it to make it work. I think i was doing something wrong.
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