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AJAX - Force Full Page Postback

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Is there a way to force a "traditional" full page postback in AJAX?

I have a page with multiple UpdatePanels and I usually call
UpdatePanel.Update() to do a partial postback, but I have one condition that
requires an update to several controls that are not in an UpdatePanel and it
makes sense to post the entire page for a refresh. I don't really want to
put the entire page in an update panel to call the Update method to refresh
the controls and I was hoping that there was some way to force a traditional
page postback from the code-behind.
Apr 20 '07 #1
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Hello,

See ClientScriptManager.GetPostBackEventReference() method

"Bryan" wrote:
Is there a way to force a "traditional" full page postback in AJAX?

I have a page with multiple UpdatePanels and I usually call
UpdatePanel.Update() to do a partial postback, but I have one condition that
requires an update to several controls that are not in an UpdatePanel and it
makes sense to post the entire page for a refresh. I don't really want to
put the entire page in an update panel to call the Update method to refresh
the controls and I was hoping that there was some way to force a traditional
page postback from the code-behind.
Apr 23 '07 #2

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