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You can use jquery Ajax pretty easily and either have the response return some more html which you can add to an element on the page or build elements based on data returned. The update panel is a simple way to implement ajax in ASP.NET but may be (depends on req) more difficult to add controls dynamically (you may end up using JS anyway.
I've been experiencing the same problem. I have a SharePoint dashboard where all my custom webparts reside (currently 9 webparts). All webparts retrieve their data from web services and while using AJAX with the Timer works well in terms of initial page load, it can take up to 30 seconds for the last webpart in the sequence to get its data which doesn't look ...
I'm not really a developer, but I believe the core of the problem is that ASP.NET processes each page request using a single thread (even where there are multiple Web parts). An UpdatePanel is a really a page-postback and AFAIK it can only post one event at a time. As such, you will most likely need to create and register asynchronous tasks (i.e. using ...
I have resolved this issue. add following lines 2 lines after line "RTE_TextAreaWindow_OnLoad(richtextContolId)"; RTE_GiveEditorFirstFocus(richtextContolId); RTE_TransferIFrameContentsToTextArea(richtextContolId); Please let me know if it helps you...:) Cheers, Yogesh Ghare
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