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Arnold Smith asked on 30 Dec 2010, 01:14 AM

Hello All,

On a MVC View (.aspx) enclosed in a Form, there are several controls - grids, textboxes - that display data relating to a subject, a person. The form does not require a submit button because the great majority of data is for viewing only. However, there is a grid (Telerik MVC) that displays comments. A user should be able to add a comment - in a textbox - and that comment should then appear in the grid. Because the comments data comes from two different database sources and are merged in a stored procedure, I'm not able to use inline grid editing.

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Is it possible to asynchronously postback the contents of the wrapping DIV - i.e. the textbox with the new comment - to a controller, which will add the comment to the database and then 'tell' the grid to refresh itself?

Thanks,

Arnold

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answered on 10 Jan 2011, 05:49 PM
I've decided to use a simple textbox instead of the Editor.

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