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Old October 7th, 2008, 02:34 PM
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Default [Resolved] ASPNET_MsgBox hides grid view

I have an application that displays a header section and a grid view based upon selection in header. This work s fine. The user has a button where they can export the content of the grid view (using the data set) to a table. This works fine as well. When export is completed I need to show the user that the 'export function" has completed. I am using following code:

Code:
Public Overloads Sub ASPNET_MsgBox(ByVal Message As String)
hiddenMsgDiv.InnerHtml = "<script type=""text/javascript"">alert('" & Message.Replace("\", "\\").Replace("'", "\'") & "');</script>"
End Sub

Code:
<div id="hiddenMsgDiv" runat="server" style="display: none">
where I pass the message text. The message box is being displayed Ok but it hides the underlaying grid. When user clicks OK the grid appears again. Any ideas?
 
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Got it working using this:

Code:
Page.ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(Page.GetType(), Guid.NewGuid().ToString(), "alert(""" & Message & """)", True)
Not sure if this is correct or good solution

 
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I suspect the problem is that you are doing a full repaint, and the javascript for the alert is inline with the processing of the HTML. When the browser is parsing it hits the javascript alert which is a blocking call stopping the rendering of the HTML.

Add this to your javascript tag:

  defer="defer"

This will cause the javascript to run after the page as finished loading.

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