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I'm reading up on the ajax documentaiton and had a question on partial page updates...

1) So do partial page updates only target controls that reside within an Update Panel?

2) Even if a partial page update occurs, isn't a postback really truely occurring behind the scenes? Your browser doesn't appear to do a full postback and blink, but I'm guessing it is still doing a postback.

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Posted 19-Mar-09 10:17am
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pzn3xq wrote:
1) So do partial page updates only target controls that reside within an Update Panel?


I am confussed by what you mean with this.


pzn3xq wrote:
2) Even if a partial page update occurs, isn't a postback really truely occurring behind the scenes? Your browser doesn't appear to do a full postback and blink, but I'm guessing it is still doing a postback.


That's the point and beauty of Ajax is that it is behind the scenes. To view the 'response' from the server when an Ajax is being used use a Firefox add-on called Firebug. Example Screenshot.[^]

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