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Hi,
I can't seem to find any info on calling a webservice with atlas and
populating a gridview with the results. All the doc shows on the atlas
website is alert. Who would want to alert?

Please assist?

Thanks
Jun 9 '06 #1
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So you have a WebService of your Own that populate a GridView...

...and you want to use Atlas, right?
in your code add:

<atlas:ScriptManager runat="server" id="sm" render="conditional" />
add incapsulate a atlas:updatePanel on your GridView Components, like:
<atlas:UpdatePanel runat="server" id="up1" mode="Always">
<ContentTemplate>

<asp:GridView ....

</ContentTemplate>
</atlas:UpdatePanel>

you can use the UpdateProgress to show some message that you want while the
part of the page is loading...

like:

<atlas:UpdateProgress runat="server" ID="updP1">
<ProgressTemplate>
Loading....
</ProgressTemplate>
</atlas:UpdateProgress>
--

Bruno Alexandre
(a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
"Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:09**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi,
I can't seem to find any info on calling a webservice with atlas and
populating a gridview with the results. All the doc shows on the atlas
website is alert. Who would want to alert?

Please assist?

Thanks

Jun 10 '06 #2

P: n/a
Hi,
Thanks. Then, what's all the fuss on the atlas site, under docs, regarding
webservice and bridiging?

Thanks

"Bruno Alexandre" wrote:
So you have a WebService of your Own that populate a GridView...

...and you want to use Atlas, right?
in your code add:

<atlas:ScriptManager runat="server" id="sm" render="conditional" />
add incapsulate a atlas:updatePanel on your GridView Components, like:
<atlas:UpdatePanel runat="server" id="up1" mode="Always">
<ContentTemplate>

<asp:GridView ....

</ContentTemplate>
</atlas:UpdatePanel>

you can use the UpdateProgress to show some message that you want while the
part of the page is loading...

like:

<atlas:UpdateProgress runat="server" ID="updP1">
<ProgressTemplate>
Loading....
</ProgressTemplate>
</atlas:UpdateProgress>
--

Bruno Alexandre
(a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
"Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:09**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi,
I can't seem to find any info on calling a webservice with atlas and
populating a gridview with the results. All the doc shows on the atlas
website is alert. Who would want to alert?

Please assist?

Thanks


Jun 10 '06 #3

P: n/a
what I just told u as an example is the little point of the iceberg, Atlas
is really powerfull, and the "fuss" is about that... the rest that ATLAS can
bring into a WebPage...

check the atlas website carefull so you can get an ideia, there is a lot of
Videos that show you that!

--

Bruno Alexandre
(a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
"Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:0E**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi,
Thanks. Then, what's all the fuss on the atlas site, under docs, regarding
webservice and bridiging?

Thanks

"Bruno Alexandre" wrote:
So you have a WebService of your Own that populate a GridView...

...and you want to use Atlas, right?
in your code add:

<atlas:ScriptManager runat="server" id="sm" render="conditional" />
add incapsulate a atlas:updatePanel on your GridView Components, like:
<atlas:UpdatePanel runat="server" id="up1" mode="Always">
<ContentTemplate>

<asp:GridView ....

</ContentTemplate>
</atlas:UpdatePanel>

you can use the UpdateProgress to show some message that you want while
the
part of the page is loading...

like:

<atlas:UpdateProgress runat="server" ID="updP1">
<ProgressTemplate>
Loading....
</ProgressTemplate>
</atlas:UpdateProgress>
--

Bruno Alexandre
(a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
"Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:09**********************************@microsof t.com...
> Hi,
> I can't seem to find any info on calling a webservice with atlas and
> populating a gridview with the results. All the doc shows on the atlas
> website is alert. Who would want to alert?
>
> Please assist?
>
> Thanks


Jun 10 '06 #4

P: n/a
Thanks! I see you are Portuguese, GO BRAZIL!

"Bruno Alexandre" wrote:
what I just told u as an example is the little point of the iceberg, Atlas
is really powerfull, and the "fuss" is about that... the rest that ATLAS can
bring into a WebPage...

check the atlas website carefull so you can get an ideia, there is a lot of
Videos that show you that!

--

Bruno Alexandre
(a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
"Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:0E**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi,
Thanks. Then, what's all the fuss on the atlas site, under docs, regarding
webservice and bridiging?

Thanks

"Bruno Alexandre" wrote:
So you have a WebService of your Own that populate a GridView...

...and you want to use Atlas, right?
in your code add:

<atlas:ScriptManager runat="server" id="sm" render="conditional" />
add incapsulate a atlas:updatePanel on your GridView Components, like:
<atlas:UpdatePanel runat="server" id="up1" mode="Always">
<ContentTemplate>

<asp:GridView ....

</ContentTemplate>
</atlas:UpdatePanel>

you can use the UpdateProgress to show some message that you want while
the
part of the page is loading...

like:

<atlas:UpdateProgress runat="server" ID="updP1">
<ProgressTemplate>
Loading....
</ProgressTemplate>
</atlas:UpdateProgress>
--

Bruno Alexandre
(a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
"Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:09**********************************@microsof t.com...
> Hi,
> I can't seem to find any info on calling a webservice with atlas and
> populating a gridview with the results. All the doc shows on the atlas
> website is alert. Who would want to alert?
>
> Please assist?
>
> Thanks


Jun 10 '06 #5

P: n/a
DAM BRASIL!!!!

Go PORTUGAL :-P

--

Bruno Alexandre
(a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
"Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:A9**********************************@microsof t.com...
Thanks! I see you are Portuguese, GO BRAZIL!

"Bruno Alexandre" wrote:
what I just told u as an example is the little point of the iceberg,
Atlas
is really powerfull, and the "fuss" is about that... the rest that ATLAS
can
bring into a WebPage...

check the atlas website carefull so you can get an ideia, there is a lot
of
Videos that show you that!

--

Bruno Alexandre
(a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
"Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:0E**********************************@microsof t.com...
> Hi,
> Thanks. Then, what's all the fuss on the atlas site, under docs,
> regarding
> webservice and bridiging?
>
> Thanks
>
> "Bruno Alexandre" wrote:
>
>> So you have a WebService of your Own that populate a GridView...
>>
>> ...and you want to use Atlas, right?
>>
>>
>> in your code add:
>>
>> <atlas:ScriptManager runat="server" id="sm" render="conditional" />
>>
>>
>> add incapsulate a atlas:updatePanel on your GridView Components, like:
>>
>>
>> <atlas:UpdatePanel runat="server" id="up1" mode="Always">
>> <ContentTemplate>
>>
>> <asp:GridView ....
>>
>> </ContentTemplate>
>> </atlas:UpdatePanel>
>>
>> you can use the UpdateProgress to show some message that you want
>> while
>> the
>> part of the page is loading...
>>
>> like:
>>
>> <atlas:UpdateProgress runat="server" ID="updP1">
>> <ProgressTemplate>
>> Loading....
>> </ProgressTemplate>
>> </atlas:UpdateProgress>
>>
>>
>> --
>>
>> Bruno Alexandre
>> (a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
>>
>>
>> "Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
>> news:09**********************************@microsof t.com...
>> > Hi,
>> > I can't seem to find any info on calling a webservice with atlas and
>> > populating a gridview with the results. All the doc shows on the
>> > atlas
>> > website is alert. Who would want to alert?
>> >
>> > Please assist?
>> >
>> > Thanks
>>
>>
>>


Jun 10 '06 #6

P: n/a
Angola vs. Portugal. I'll keep an eye on this one.

"Bruno Alexandre" wrote:
DAM BRASIL!!!!

Go PORTUGAL :-P

--

Bruno Alexandre
(a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
"Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:A9**********************************@microsof t.com...
Thanks! I see you are Portuguese, GO BRAZIL!

"Bruno Alexandre" wrote:
what I just told u as an example is the little point of the iceberg,
Atlas
is really powerfull, and the "fuss" is about that... the rest that ATLAS
can
bring into a WebPage...

check the atlas website carefull so you can get an ideia, there is a lot
of
Videos that show you that!

--

Bruno Alexandre
(a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
"Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:0E**********************************@microsof t.com...
> Hi,
> Thanks. Then, what's all the fuss on the atlas site, under docs,
> regarding
> webservice and bridiging?
>
> Thanks
>
> "Bruno Alexandre" wrote:
>
>> So you have a WebService of your Own that populate a GridView...
>>
>> ...and you want to use Atlas, right?
>>
>>
>> in your code add:
>>
>> <atlas:ScriptManager runat="server" id="sm" render="conditional" />
>>
>>
>> add incapsulate a atlas:updatePanel on your GridView Components, like:
>>
>>
>> <atlas:UpdatePanel runat="server" id="up1" mode="Always">
>> <ContentTemplate>
>>
>> <asp:GridView ....
>>
>> </ContentTemplate>
>> </atlas:UpdatePanel>
>>
>> you can use the UpdateProgress to show some message that you want
>> while
>> the
>> part of the page is loading...
>>
>> like:
>>
>> <atlas:UpdateProgress runat="server" ID="updP1">
>> <ProgressTemplate>
>> Loading....
>> </ProgressTemplate>
>> </atlas:UpdateProgress>
>>
>>
>> --
>>
>> Bruno Alexandre
>> (a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
>>
>>
>> "Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
>> news:09**********************************@microsof t.com...
>> > Hi,
>> > I can't seem to find any info on calling a webservice with atlas and
>> > populating a gridview with the results. All the doc shows on the
>> > atlas
>> > website is alert. Who would want to alert?
>> >
>> > Please assist?
>> >
>> > Thanks
>>
>>
>>


Jun 11 '06 #7

P: n/a
some Microsoft Atlas Blogger site can offer more example

http://www.atlasasp.com/Cat/AtlasBlogger/default.aspx

Bruno Alexandre wrote:
So you have a WebService of your Own that populate a GridView...

..and you want to use Atlas, right?
in your code add:

<atlas:ScriptManager runat="server" id="sm" render="conditional" />
add incapsulate a atlas:updatePanel on your GridView Components, like:
<atlas:UpdatePanel runat="server" id="up1" mode="Always">
<ContentTemplate>

<asp:GridView ....

</ContentTemplate>
</atlas:UpdatePanel>

you can use the UpdateProgress to show some message that you want while the
part of the page is loading...

like:

<atlas:UpdateProgress runat="server" ID="updP1">
<ProgressTemplate>
Loading....
</ProgressTemplate>
</atlas:UpdateProgress>
--

Bruno Alexandre
(a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
"Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:09**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi,
I can't seem to find any info on calling a webservice with atlas and
populating a gridview with the results. All the doc shows on the atlas
website is alert. Who would want to alert?

Please assist?

Thanks


Jun 13 '06 #8

P: n/a
Very nice. Thanks!

"St*********@gmail.com" wrote:
some Microsoft Atlas Blogger site can offer more example

http://www.atlasasp.com/Cat/AtlasBlogger/default.aspx

Bruno Alexandre wrote:
So you have a WebService of your Own that populate a GridView...

..and you want to use Atlas, right?
in your code add:

<atlas:ScriptManager runat="server" id="sm" render="conditional" />
add incapsulate a atlas:updatePanel on your GridView Components, like:
<atlas:UpdatePanel runat="server" id="up1" mode="Always">
<ContentTemplate>

<asp:GridView ....

</ContentTemplate>
</atlas:UpdatePanel>

you can use the UpdateProgress to show some message that you want while the
part of the page is loading...

like:

<atlas:UpdateProgress runat="server" ID="updP1">
<ProgressTemplate>
Loading....
</ProgressTemplate>
</atlas:UpdateProgress>
--

Bruno Alexandre
(a Portuguese in Københanv, Danmark)
"Chris" <Ch***@discussions.microsoft.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:09**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi,
I can't seem to find any info on calling a webservice with atlas and
populating a gridview with the results. All the doc shows on the atlas
website is alert. Who would want to alert?

Please assist?

Thanks


Jun 13 '06 #9

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