Dear, Marin Bratanov
I really appreciate you taking care of me -- I am not just saying, I really do :-) -- to the several posts of mine
pointing to same issue. (yeah, I
totally agree with you and will take care of this now onwards)
The demo, seemed to be using the acsx
stuff and the user had clearly mentioned in the post that they can not
use those, Hence I started my post with "I am having a similar issue
In addition to that I also mentioned clearly in this
post that "I do not want to go the .ascx way, as demonstrated on the Demo page."
- didn't this, too made any sense ?
But the thing is, you had the same answer all the times
and that never could helped me :-( [ in a computer geeks' language:
pointer to another pointer when the actual value is expected ] of those -
I really wish I could explain in better way, I failed all the times, my bad.
following are the similar posts:
Something really important
For the tree where one needs to display the tooltip, add this to onclientmouseover
in my case this was the master page...
*other attributes of my tree*
<%--I had a hidden field, too. This I use to store the label/value of the node that we over the mouse on...--%>
yours is not the master page then put it the your usual place, mater page then it should be
the <asp:content>, other wise
node = args.get_node();
activeNode = document.getElementById(
) != -1)
activeNode.value = node.get_text();
//alert("Mouse over node: " + activeNode.value);
radToolTipManager = $find(
finally the AjaxUpdate event...
// I actually had to follow my specific requirement, and I took an advantage of that. (see the code bold fonts)
// In plain English: I am storing the value of the Mouse Over-ed node and forwarding it, you may have some better idea : )
// If you're having a different scenario you can just add the method with different name on the same page
// following code snippet is from my master page's code behind:
sender, ToolTipUpdateEventArgs e)
//For next version
<SomeNameSpace>.<SomeClass>.ToolTipManager_AjaxUpdate(sender, e, radTreeNodeMouseOvered.Value);
// "<SomeNameSpace>.<SomeClass>" has following method implemented
sender, ToolTipUpdateEventArgs e,
System.Web.UI.WebControls.Label lblTitle =
System.Web.UI.WebControls.Label lblCaption =
// my code handles the rest and yours should, too :-)
I pronounce this as the answer, please mark it as answer if it does the trick for you.