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Ajax want to show save message on screen saving new ticket id....

I want to display in ajax asp.net a save message saying saving new ticket id..
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where are you getting your ID from? on the same page or a different page? Ajax should only be used to pull data across pages without causing a refresh.... so if you already have the new ID on the same page... just JavaScript it...
mathieu_cuprykAuthor Commented:
from the code behind.
  <asp:Panel ID="Panel1" runat="server" CssClass="modalPopup" Style="display: none" Width="233px">
                           <p>Are you sure you want to Continue</p>
                           <br />
                           <div align="center">
                              <asp:Button ID="OkButton" runat="server" Text="OK" />
                              <asp:Button ID="CancelButton" runat="server" Text="Cancel" />
                        <ajaxToolkit:ModalPopupExtender ID="popup" runat="server"
                                     CancelControlID="CancelButton" />

Need to setup server control
all this tells me is that you want to run a script called @onOk@ when the user clicks the Ok button of the confirmation message... where are you saving the ticket when they click ok? where do you want the user to be brought to once they see the ticket id? this is only the control to be used, not where/how you're getting the information... on the same page or not? back to my original question ;-)
mathieu_cuprykAuthor Commented:
I need to execute this and get the ticketid
and then display it.
 protected void btnSaveExit_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
            if (Page.IsValid)

                // Instantiate bussiness object
                Ticket ticket = new Ticket();

                ticket.TicketType = uxLookupFieldTicketType1.SelectedText;
                ticket.TicketStatus = uxLookupFieldTicketStatus1.SelectedText;
                ticket.Priority = uxLookupFieldTicketPriority1.SelectedText;
                ticket.ServiceImpact = uxLookupFieldTicketServiceImpact1.SelectedText;
                ticket.RequestType = uxLookupFieldTicketRequestType1.SelectedText;
                ticket.AgentCreated = uxLookupFieldTicketAssignedTo.SelectedText;
                ticket.ContactMethod = uxLookupFieldTicketContactMethod1.SelectedText;
                ticket.LocationSIMs = uxLookupFieldTicketLocationSIMs1.SelectedText;
                ticket.AgentFollowup = uxLookupFieldTicketAgentFolowup1.SelectedText;
                ticket.ShortDescription = txtShortDescription.Text;
                ticket.ExternalTicket = txtExternalTicket.Text;
                ticket.TrackIt = txtTrackIt.Text;

                ticket.SolutionNote = txtSolution.Text;
                ticket.ProblemNote = txtProblem.Text;
                ticket.FollowupNote = txtFollowupNotes.Text;
                ticket.ActionNote = txtActionTaken.Text;
                ticket.TicketApplicationType = txtSubmitVia.Text;

                ticket.DateTimeAssigned = this.ParseDateTime(this.txtDateAssigned.Text);
                ticket.DateCreated = this.ParseDateTime(this.lblDateCreated.Text);
                ticket.DateClosed = this.ParseDateTime(this.lblDateClosed.Text);
                ticket.DateLastModified = this.ParseDateTime(this.lblLastUpdate.Text);
                ticket.AgentClosed = this.lblClosedBy.Text;
                ItemCreatedResult res = new ItemCreatedResult();
                res = BLL.TicketLogic.InsertTicket(ticket);
                if (res.Code == 1)
                // throw exception


Nice... all in C#... oki doki... it's always fun to work with C#... extremely confusing for no reason what so ever... but fun... i guess...

IMPORTANT NOTE: the ampersand in the below refers to VBNet code that appends the object's content (as string) to the string currently being built... in C# it might be "+" and not "&"... you should know that however... i just totally dispise C# so i'm not super familiar with the common stuff...
    Response.Write("<script type=""JavaScript"">confirm(""Your ticket has been created.\n\nHere is your Ticket ID:\n" & ticket.TicketID.ToString() & "\n\n\Write it down for future reference.""); window.location.href=""CompanyTickets.aspx"";</script>");

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