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maintain scroll position on postback in dynamically generated page in ASP.NET1.1+C#

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Hi,
I have one .aspx file which is generating whole page dynamically by taking all the HTML tags from SQL SERVER 2000 database . This .aspx is also containing one user control ( which contains two dropdownlist box ).On selection of some Text in one dropdownlist box , whole page refreshes because autopostback="true" for dropdownlist box . Now after postback , i want to maintain the scroll position . for this i used following options :

1) SmartNavigation="true"
2) addition of third party dll
3) javascript

But all the above options were not working in this dynamically generated page .
So, could you please give me solution for this problem .
Please reply ASAP because i am in urgent need of this solution.
Aug 7 '06 #1
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The following piece of code might work for you

<script language="javascript" event="onscroll" for="window">
<!--
return window_onscroll()
//-->
</script>
<script language="javascript" event="onload" for="window">
<!--
return window_onload()
//-->
</script>
<script language="javascript">
function window_onscroll()
{
//alert(document.frmQuoteDetails.hdnTopPos.value);
document.frmQuoteDetails.hdnTopPos.value = myBody.scrollTop;

if (myBody.scrollTop > 145)
document.all("div_QuoteSave").style.top = myBody.scrollTop;
else
document.all("div_QuoteSave").style.top = 145

if (myBody.scrollTop > 215)
document.all("div_Quote").style.top = myBody.scrollTop;
else
document.all("div_Quote").style.top = 215
}

function window_onload()
{
//alert(document.frmQuoteDetails.hdnTopPos.value);
window.scroll(9999,document.frmQuoteDetails.hdnTop Pos.value);
//document.frmQuoteDetails.hdnTopPos.value = "";
//alert(document.frmQuoteDetails.hdnTopPos.value);

}
Feb 11 '08 #2

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