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Default Timer in ASP.net 1.1


I need help on using timer control in asp.net 1.1.
my issue is like this:

I have a form in which i have a data grid control. which will retrieve all my open orders. to fetch the orders i am using a function. Now i have to place a timer control which will refresh the page every min.

as i am calling the function in the page load so i want to refresh the page. or simply we can say i want to refresh the Data Grid to get the updated values.

Please help me ASAP. Bcoz its very urgent issue for me.


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Well, for this purpose, you can use the javascript's window.setInterval method. Alternatively, you can use the META tag which will refresh the page after a given interval, e.g. as below:


The above will refresh the page every 10 seconds


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