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Conditionally disabling Ajax help

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Mike asked on 09 May 2012, 06:47 PM
I have 3 buttons on my page. One that executes some data processing and 2 that generate output files.

I need ajax to execute on my data processing button to get the in progress graphic during the long data processing, however I must disable ajax for the two buttons that generate output files. I have attempted any applicible solution in the link located below to no avail. The closest I got was in the "Cancel the AJAX request on InitializeRequest event" solution, it does in fact post back but it does not call the proper onclick event tied to the button clicked. Is there something missing in this solution to direct the app to the proper event? Any other ideas? If you need code samples I can get it but I need to do some redacting first so in an effort to save me some time I wanted to see if there were any suggestions w/o posting code.

http://www.telerik.com/help/aspnet-ajax/ajax-exclude.html


I am using the following controls:
RadScriptManager
RadAjaxManager
RadAjaxManagerProxy

~Mike

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