RadControls w/Ajax in mojoPortal

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  1. Alberto
    Alberto avatar
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    Mar 2012

    Posted 29 Mar 2012 Link to this post

    We have been using mojoPortal for three years now, with common controls of ASP.NET. We have a new development team, which has never worked before with mojoPortal. They are developing a new project that has technical, visual and usability requirements much more complex. To meet those requirements, we set two goals for which we are not being able to achieve with mojoPortal+RadControls:

    1 - Use Telerik ASP.NET AJAX components
    Apparently communication between Telerik controls is not occurring as it should. Examples: drag & drop, RadWindow, RadFilter, they simply don’t work together. Up to now, we can’t identify why it’s happening.

    2 - AJAX for dynamic loading content

    When we tried to load content dynamically, something strange occurs: we can access the viewstate for the dynamic controls, but we can’t modify its values.

    Can anyone help us with these matters? Thanks in advance!

  2. Maria Ilieva
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    Posted 03 Apr 2012 Link to this post

    Hi Alberto,

    1. Could you please elaborate bit more what is the excat scenario you are trying to implement using RadControls and what issues exactly you are facing.

    2. As for dynamic loading of content on the page with ajax, pleas note that the need approach is the same as with regular postback. I mean that if for example you need to dynamically load UserControls you should ensure that they are correctly recreated on each postback , which is the same with regular postback. Please review the following online example which shows such functionality. test it on your end and verify of the issue you are facing could be replicated in it.

    All the best,
    Maria Ilieva
    the Telerik team
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