RadXmlHttpPanel is completely independent from RadAjaxManager
. It does not require this manager on the page. On the other hand, as all other Telerik RadControls, the panel does need to have the <asp:ScriptManager>
on the page.
As far as your original question - "Can the RadXHPs be used to wrap web content forms in a manner similar to the RadAjaxManagerProxy? "
I am not sure what you mean. The RadAjaxManagerProxy is not used to wrap web content forms, but rather to allow for configuring extra settings to the (original) RadAjaxManager which is declared on another (e.g. master page).
Simply said, the essence of RadXmlHttpPanel
is to be used as a panel
- with the extra benefit of being able to load content from a web service or through a ASP.NET 2.0 Callback.
the Telerik team