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Creating a wizard experience with Ajax controls

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Mark Williams
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Mark Williams asked on 28 Apr 2010, 05:05 PM
Is it feasible to create a wizard experience using the ASP.NET Ajax controls. I have a scenario which requires 3 or 4 pages on a wizard and I'd like to do this with modal dialogs and the usual Next/Previous/Cancel buttons. Is this a viable approach and, if so, are there any samples or demos for me to consider?

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Sebastian
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answered on 29 Apr 2010, 11:24 AM
Hello Mark,

What I can offer you is to use three or four aspx pages hosted inside RadWindow instance to simulate wizard-like UI. You can navigate between the modal windows invoking the radopen client method and passing different arguments to it. The cancel button can simply close the current window. The actual layout/options on the pages that are loaded in the window depend on your custom preferences.

I hope this is applicable solution for your scenario.

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Sebastian
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