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Rus asked on 01 Feb 2018, 05:52 PM

Hi,

I have a razor page where I have two separate forms. Each form will submit and call a separate OnPostAsync method.

To make this happen normally you would use the following:

<input type="submit" value="Submit" asp-page-handler="FormOne"/>

Which would call the method OnPostFormOneAsync().

How do I achieve the same using a TagHelper button, e.g.

<kendo-button name="TestButton" icon="filter" type="submit" asp-page-handler="FormTwo">Test</kendo-button>

Thanks

Russell

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Nencho
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answered on 06 Feb 2018, 01:27 PM
Hello Russell,

Currently, the Kendo Core wrappers and the tag helpers do not provide support for the asp-page-handler attribute. However, the native button can be used to provide this functionality, by also setting the k-button class, which will apply the currently used Kendo Theme styling to the button:
<form asp-controller="Home" method="post">
<input type="text" id="joe" name="joe" value="Joe" />
 
<button name="TestButton" icon="filter" type="submit" asp-page-handler="FormTwo" class="k-button">Test</button>
</form>

I would also encourage you to log this as a new feature/enhancmenet request in the Kendo UI Feedback Portal. Based on the demand for this feature, it can be considered for implementation in a future release of Kendo.


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Nencho
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answered on 18 Nov 2020, 02:09 PM

Good day!

I saw this post from 2018 and wondered if this has changed?  

 

"Currently, the Kendo Core wrappers and the tag helpers do not provide support for the asp-page-handler attribute. However, the native button can be used to provide this functionality, by also setting the k-button class, which will apply the currently used Kendo Theme styling to the button:"

This question is asked partly because of the comment following it: 

" would also encourage you to log this as a new feature/enhancement request in the Kendo UI Feedback Portal. Based on the demand for this feature, it can be considered for implementation in a future release of Kendo."

Thank you,

Bill Holman

 

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Nencho
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answered on 23 Nov 2020, 01:49 PM

Hello, William,

Regarding the button - the case is still the same, as it shouldn't matter if you use the kendo-button or the standard one - in terms of layout you can achieve the Kendo look and feel in both cases. That said, the recommendation would be the same - use the standard button with kendo-button styles applied, if you need to get the advantage of the asp-page-handlers.

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Nencho
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answered on 23 Nov 2020, 02:16 PM
Thank you Nencho.  Appreciate the response.
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