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how to create a dilogue box in ASP.Net, EX:If i click a button One POP Window Show the message.("Successfully Login")
Posted 11-Mar-11 20:39pm
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Amit Kumar Tiwari at 12-Mar-11 2:43am
   
Did you try javascript alert() or window.open()?
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Solution 1

Try this article from Code Project
A Custom Dialog Box Control[^]
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Solution 2

@Kumrvits
 
First of all your question is a bit unclear,
 
What do you want to do?
 
There are Three ways. if successfully logins
 
1) show an alert dialog box of javascript.
2) Show a popup window which can also be done through javascript.
3) using the below code you can show a dialog
 
 Response.Write("<script type='text/javascript'>alert('Sucessfully login')</script>");
        Response.Flush();
 
C# also provides to register client side script.
 
Page.ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript()
 
For this the below link will help you.
 

DevCurry.com
 

Hope you have got the answer
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Solution 4

Just a word of warning for you. Pop-ups are irritating, and especially irritating because they are associated with unwanted add. Many users choose to block pop-ups using their Web browser features/plug-ins.
You can develop some alternative presentation for messages. It can be based on some HTML element (typically div) which is normally invisible, so you can control visibility by your events.
 
—SA
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_Ashish at 14-Mar-11 14:03pm
   
yes very true it real-time application it should be avoided and you are not always sure that are they actually being seen by the end-uesrs.
 
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SAKryukov at 14-Mar-11 18:29pm
   
Thank you. (It's not a real-time application in any sense, but the reason you explain is valid.)
--SA
kumarvits2 at 15-Mar-11 0:06am
   
Thank you for your valuable suggetion...........
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Solution 7

in your button event you will get OnClintClick.
 
just write code like this OnClientClick=OnClientClick="alert('Your message')"
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Solution 3

Go there-[ASP.NET Popup Control][^] to read a highly voted article to learn how to create pop-window.
this link[^] also might help you.
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Solution 5

you can use a DIV which it's display attribute set to none, when you click the button set it's display to Block.
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Solution 6

In Microsoft Visual Web Developer,Paste the following code
 
ScriptManager.RegisterClientScriptBlock(this,typeof(Page), "Message", "alert('Sucessfully Login')", true);
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