Thank you for getting back to us.
You are correct - indeed if you are using RadAjaxManager
at the same time, they both are updating the regarding control simultaneously. That can cause unwanted behavior at times. That's why using multiple wrapped RadAjaxPanels
, along with UpdatePanel
or with RadAjaxManager
( as well as using RadAjaxPanel in RadAjaxManager settings
) is not a supported scenario and we highly recommend to avoid such implementation.
I have attached a sample Master page application demonstrating two kinds of implementing RadAjaxLoadingPanel
- using asp:Panel to wrap the ContentPlaceHolder
Please give it a look and let me know if you have further requirements or you insist on showing the loading explicitly.
Could you please clarify the implementation of your RadPane
? What do you want to achieve with it? Please note that RadPane
cannot exist separately, it always has to be placed inside of a RadSplitter control
. If you provide us more detailed information on your project, we could recommend you a proper approach.
For additional information on ajaxifying Master/Content
pages please refer to this article:
RadAjax and MasterPage
I hope this helps. Do not hesitate to contact me if you need further assistance.
the Telerik team
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