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Attach onclick event to TabContainer/TabPanel

Posted on 2011-09-13
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I have a simple AJAX TabContainer control on a page with 4 tab panels. When the user clicks the last tab I need a message box to flash up. This event needs to be enabled/disabled on the basis of a value in a database and so code behind control is required (I write in VB). Adding an OnClientClick event to the tabpanel stops the entire control from rendering, whether I do it on the page or in code-behind. What am I missing?
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gurvinder372 earned 125 total points
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In jquery itself, you can check the variable and bind/unbind the onclick event

if(  flag == true )
{
   $("#last_tab").unbind("click");
}
else
{
   $("#last_tab").bind("click");
}

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by:deveson
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I am unfamiliar with jquery but guess will need to learn this now to achieve objective
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