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JokeRe: An error occurred during the processing of a configuration file required to service this request. Please review the specific error details below and modify your configuration file appropriately. Pinmembern.podbielski4-Nov-12 20:52 
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Questionvariable for aspx and all its ascx Pinmemberjrahma4-Nov-12 8:25 
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Questionhow to split a page using frameset Pinmemberfahad.11-Nov-12 2:02 
AnswerRe: how to split a page using frameset Pinmemberjkirkerx4-Nov-12 7:58 
That how it works. The page has to send a request to the server to get new HTML that represents the current data stored.
 
The update panel just puts round trips to the server into a smaller container, so your still doing a postback, but just a partial page postback. The update panels works fine in developement, but in production mode, as you get farther away from the server in distance (4K miles away), the speed slows down, and the page gets jerky and stutters. The update panels is sensitive to data changes, with the exception of the textbox and dropdown box selected values, in which it has security features that do not accept changes. So if the server sent one thing, and another posted back, a security exception will be thrown.
 
You would have to use Javascript and a webservice, in which the client keeps polling for cart data, and the javascript updates the cart container, or have some type of trigger that fires off the process.
 
Or just change the user experience, by sending them to a confirmation page, and then send then back to the origin page. When they come back, everything is updated.
QuestionHow do I call a remote Web Service from an Asp.net application? PinmemberNada Adel31-Oct-12 23:28 
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