Do we have client side load or any other event for radpane placed inside rad splitter

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  1. Varun
    Varun avatar
    8 posts
    Member since:
    Apr 2011

    Posted 03 Jul 2012 Link to this post


    Below is wire frame of my page.

    Rad Splitter
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    | |     | 
    | |     | 
    | Left pane | Right pane     | 
    | |     | 
    | |     | 
    | |     | 

    Contents in left pane details:-
    In it I am having one radtoolbar 
    On clicking any buttons radtoolbar , I am using content URL properties set_contentURL of rightPane.

    When first time page gets opened in rightPane it is not having "O" querystring parameter.
     But when use navigates(redirects to another page right Pane) further in page opened in rightPane  "O" querystring parameter will come with some value (let's say O=1). When user navigates to another page again then O will get changed to any other number.

    What I want?
    I need to store O=1 in hiddenField in aspx page.

    Initially I was using iFrame inside rightPane and I was able to achieve it by using iFrame's client side onLoad evnet.

    But as per telerik help rightPane  becomes iFrame automatically  by using set_contentUrl property of rightPane from leftPane links.


    I am not able to find clientside load event for rightPane.

    Please help me to proceed further ASAP.

  2. Dobromir
    Dobromir avatar
    1633 posts

    Posted 05 Jul 2012 Link to this post

    Hi Varun,

    You can get reference to the <iframe> element inside RadPane using the getExtContentElement() client-side method, e.g.:
    var pane = $find("<%=RadPane1.ClientID%>");
    var paneIframe = pane.getExtContentElement()

    Then you can use this <iframe> element to assign a handler to its onload event.

    More detailed information regarding RadSplitter and its child controls is available in our online documentation.

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