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Programmatically adding triggers to an UpdatePanel - Microsoft AJAX Library and ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX Extensions

If you want to add a control to fire the UpdatePanel, you have to add the trigger.  You add this through the  ScriptManager control.  The method is .RegisterAsyncPostBackControl(ControlName);

I put this call in the Page_PreInit() method.

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Wallace B. McClure said:

If you want to add a control to fire the UpdatePanel, you have to add the trigger. You add this through
September 26, 2006 12:53 PM
 

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