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Old February 2nd, 2009, 02:36 AM
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I am sure this is a simple answer, but could not seem to find it anywhere. I have a page with several differnt views on it and I want to refresh the whole page after I enter data onto on of the fields. Is the a simple way to just REFRESH on update somewhere?
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You could enable autopostback on the field you wish to trigger an update. That will at least trigger a postback. You can then use that to refresh the views.
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That doesn't really work. I have a data entry box on my page and a gridview holding a history of the data. When I enter a new 'note' in the text box I want it to refresh the gridview below. Any ideas?
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why dont you redirect to the same page when the textbox event occurs.
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Use a separate function (a private function) in your code behind in which the grid will be populated and if you already have data in your dataset call the function in the !ispostback event when the page is loading. And after the update of the data from the input box, just call the private function and so ur grid is updated.

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