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Old March 31st, 2010, 09:17 AM
PeterPeiGuo PeterPeiGuo is offline
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Actually you didn't assign a C# array to javascript array, or assign a C# integer to a javascript integer. What you did was build a string in C#, which should contain a piece of valid javascript, and then register it with ClientScriptManager.

The way you did is hard to read and hard to debug. The best way is to define your javascript function in its own .js file, or between <script></script>. In your C# code, you simply say:
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cs.RegisterClientScriptBlock(t, s2, "someJavascriptFunction()", true);

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