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Sachin
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Sachin asked on 18 Jan 2009, 12:46 PM
Hi,

When you say 'RadScriptManager is a control that replaces the ScriptManager available in the Microsoft Ajax Extensions suite.'
Does it mean that I could use RadScriptManager instead of ScriptManager ? Will all the ASP.NET ajax etension controls work with it?

An issue I am facing is that UpdatePanel is not working (In Mozilla firefox 3.0) when used on a page containing RadEditor contained in a UpdatePanel.
I am using RadScriptManager on the page which has a RadEditor and some ASP.NET controls.

Please help and let me know if there are any known limitations.

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answered on 19 Jan 2009, 06:52 AM
Hi Sachin,

I have found the following forum links which discuss a similar issue. Go through it and see if it is helpful.

RadScriptManager and ASP.NET's ScriptManage
RadScriptManager and asp:ScriptManger

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answered on 19 Jan 2009, 09:25 AM
Many Thanks Shinu.
I have already been through these links, and I do not find the answer.

If it was replaceable, the logical segment of code below should work.

<Radscriptmanager></radscriptmanager>
<UpdatePanel>
    <RadEditor>
     </RadEditor>
</UpdatePanel>

It works fine in IE6, but fails in Mozilla FireFox 3.0.
It gives an error in the ASP.Net ajax js file, when I checked with firebug.

the error is something like-
this.getabbrmonths(.... //Don't remember the rest of it.


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answered on 19 Jan 2009, 09:28 AM
And also, is there any UpdatePanel sort of thing in Telerik?
Thanks in advance...
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Wei
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answered on 19 Jan 2009, 07:37 PM
Try RadAjaxManager.
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answered on 20 Jan 2009, 01:30 AM
Actually, I've been working with the RadScriptManager and perhaps I am missing something obvious, but I find adding scripts at the UserControl level, to be a hassle.

I can obviously get around it with code-behind, by finding the RadScriptManager on the MasterPage and then adding a ScriptReference object to it (just need to make sure you do it at the right time in the MasterPage-Page-UserControl lifecycle) ...but it would be nice if you could do this declaratively via a RadScriptManagerProxy and let it deal with the details of this.
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