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automatic refresh when page processes event or method

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Does the page automatically reload when it processes en event or a method?
When I click on a button and it processes the information, it loads
everything into their respective textboxes but immediately then does a
refresh. Unfortunately, on my page load event, I tell it to clear everything
(then the user doesn't see the result). Is it possible to tell the web app
NOT to refresh unless the user hits the Refresh button in the Explorer?
Thanks,
VM
Nov 13 '05 #1
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VM,

Most likely no, it is not possible. If an event needs to occur, then
the page re-posts itself to the server, with some information about the
event that occured and that allows the server to process it.

There are some cases where processing occurs on the client side, but if
you have values that you have to calculate in code, then you are going to
have to have the page post itself back to the server.

Hope this helps.

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- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
- ni**************@exisconsulting.com

<VM> wrote in message news:O%****************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
Does the page automatically reload when it processes en event or a method?
When I click on a button and it processes the information, it loads
everything into their respective textboxes but immediately then does a
refresh. Unfortunately, on my page load event, I tell it to clear everything (then the user doesn't see the result). Is it possible to tell the web app
NOT to refresh unless the user hits the Refresh button in the Explorer?
Thanks,
VM

Nov 13 '05 #2

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