Let me clarify.
The page is a "calendar of events", similar to what you would find in Outlook.
When I change months in Outlook, let's say I want to look ahead from today to June 15th. Response is prompt, Outlook jumps from April 24 (first click),
then to June 24 (second click)
, and then I click on June 15 (third click)
With my calendar page, I can click the "next month" arrow, and with AutoPostback = true, my page posts, and the month of May is visible (first click, first postback)
. Repeat that for June (second click, second postback)
. Then click June 15 to see full day (third click, third postback).
With a client control, I would hope to advance those two months and incur no postbacks. Only when I then need to access the database, should I return to the server. (one postback instead of three)
I want to turn AutoPostback off, then use the client date change event (June 15th click)
- trigger postback manually (AutoPostback = false)
- strictly handled by RADCalendar client code