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Hello friends,
I have a query in which i want to call asp.net method like button_click() or my own method like Save(); in aspx page
for eg
<Script language="javascript">{
Save();}
</Script>

can it is possible if yes then
give me a code as soon as possible

Thanks In Advance
Posted 12-Oct-11 2:47am
Updated 12-Oct-11 3:00am
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Mark Nischalke 12-Oct-11 8:55am
   
This is a volunteer site people will answer, or not, on their time. Don't ask for urgent or as soon as possible, it is very rude.
puneetisonfire89 12-Oct-11 9:04am
   
fine and sorry sir
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Solution 2

If you don't want a postback you could use PageMethod

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/byxd99hx%28v=VS.90%29.aspx[^]
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Solution 1

<script language="javascript">       
    function GetItem()
    {  
            //use this                            
             <%GetItemDetails();%>;
 
           // we can use this also   
            __doPostBack('GetItemDetails', k);
            
    } 
</script>




in page load
string ctrlname = Request.Params.Get("__EVENTTARGET");
string value = Request.Params.Get("__EVENTARGUMENT");
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puneetisonfire89 12-Oct-11 9:01am
   
fine bt sir i received a error msg Error 109 'RetailFrmBilln.CallGrid()' is inaccessible due to its protection level
puneetisonfire89 12-Oct-11 9:17am
   
Basically Sir I use Reset button to reset all Textboxes and gridview ..
so i want to remove asp.net grid in javascript
zaibshah 12-Oct-11 9:48am
   
inaccessible due to protection level occurs when your method is set to private and you can't have access to it. make it protected instead of private.
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Solution 3

function showMessage() {
        if (confirm('Are you sure?'))
            document.getElementById('<%= btnYesHidden.ClientID %>').click();
        else document.getElementById('<%= btnNoHidden.ClientID %>').click();
    }
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Mark Nischalke 12-Oct-11 13:03pm
   
This has nothing at all to do with the question that was asked.

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