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How to use ModelPopUp Extender to Display save confirmation

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Hi there,

I have a gridview placed within ASP Update panel. I have a method in code behind file which saves the data in gridview.
I want to show a confirmation message when the data is saved. Because the gridview is placed in update panel so i can not use Response.Write ("script ()).

Is it possible to use Model PopUp extender and if yes can you please guide me how?

regards,
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Yes, you can use the Show() method of ModalPopupExtender to show the popup after your saving is done.

Check this example.
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Thanks it has helped
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