Issues with window in user control

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  1. Remya
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    30 posts
    Member since:
    Feb 2012

    Posted 30 Mar 2012 Link to this post

    Hi,

                              I had made a user control with a ComboBox & window and a grid embedded inside the window.The window will popup on the ComboBox click.I put the user control inside a grid and while clicking on the user control in the first row,the window will popup and loads the grid but when clicks on the remaining rows the popup(window) comes with a unbounded grid.

    Help me.
    Thnx in advance
  2. Marin Bratanov
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    5243 posts

    Posted 03 Apr 2012 Link to this post

    Hello Remya,

    Are you loading an external page in the RadWindow or are you using its ContentTemplate? I cannot be certain what your exact scenario, logic and problem may be, but here follows a list with suggestions you should try:

    If you are loading an external page please make sure you pass correct parameters to it (e.g. via a querystring). You should also make sure that the proper data is returned from your server (i.e. if the query is correct).

    In case you are using the ContentTemplate and AJAX the above still applies, but you should also check your AJAX settings - is the grid updated after a click on the second button, not only from the first? Have you placed your update panels properly, as advised in this help article?

    Ultimately, since you have the desired functionality working in one case I advise that you examine the differences between the scenario it works and the one it does not and to incorporate the working logic for both of them. You should also monitor your browser console for JavaScript errors as they will break the functionality of the RadWindow.


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    Marin
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