Catching Close Event Server Side

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  1. Mirek
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    Mar 2016

    Posted 23 Jul Link to this post

    I'm trying to have persistent notifications, in other words notifications that show until the user clicks the x (close) button on the notification.  Is there a recommended way to capture this event server side along with the value from the notification being clicked so that I can record these notifications as being seen?


    Seems similar to what this person was asking:


    I see the mention of using the menu to add actions, this isn't exactly what I need... but even there I can find no example of sending anything server side with these actions, only client side.


    Thanks in advance,



  2. Marin Bratanov
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    Posted 25 Jul Link to this post

    Hi Mirek,

    There is no built-in server event for the user interaction. What I can suggest is that you:

    1. use the OnClientHiding event to know whether the user clicked the [x] button or the control timer ran out and it hid:
    2. initiate a request to the server and pass the needed information (e.g., a flag that the user dismissed the control). The following blog post offers ideas: Also, the ajaxReques(argument) method RadAjax controls offers may also be interesting:
    3. consider setting AutoCloseDelay to 0 to prevent the control from hiding automatically:

    Or, you can consider using a RadAlert dialog which is modal:,-confirm,-prompt-dialogs/radalert-dialog. You can use its callback function to initiate a request.


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  4. Mirek
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    Sep 2015

    Posted 26 Jul in reply to Marin Bratanov Link to this post

    Thanks Martin,

    I'm looking at these... seems like maybe option #2 would work although I'm not understanding it completely at this point.  I already have the autoclosedelay set to 0 all I am lacking is being able to mark the messages as closed.  More or less I need the message to come up on any/all open pages and stay(working) until they close it(not working). 


    It may be that like you say I need to use another control for this all together.


    Thanks again,


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