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How do I use a GridView.CommandButton as ModalPopup.OKControlID and populate underlying page with data?

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I am using a ModalPopup to display a GridView with a resultset. I want to select a row from the GridView and upon selection have the modalpopup dismiss and populate the underlying page with the data from the gridview row.

I have seen numerous examples of the exact opposite scenario (i.e. using a gridview commandbutton to show a modalpopup), but nothing like what I am trying to do.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Juan_Barrera earned 500 total points
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Hi,
Have a look at this link: http://blogs.msdn.com/phaniraj/archive/2007/02/20/show-and-hide-modalpopupextender-from-javascript.aspx
You shouls be able to use the GridViewRowDataBound event to add the "onclick" attribute to each row, pointing to the javascript function explained in the link.
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