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Hi,
My master page contains web form. And web form contains user control.
User control contains combobox within UpdatePanel.
When selectedindexchange event of combobox fired, I want to fire a method at MasterPage (Client side or Server side).
Is that possible.
I added following lines of code at MasterPage.Master. But it does not work.
Breakpoint at Onload event from MasterPage was hit.

    <script type="text/javascript">
        Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager.getInstance().add_endRequest(EndRequestHandler);
        function EndRequestHandler(sender, args) {
            alert('partial postback');
        }
    </script>
Is there a way?
Posted 25-Nov-12 17:44pm
tslin89739

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Solution 1

Hi,

It is possible. you can create delegate that will call master page function from the user control

hope you find the way... Smile | :)
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TSLin306 at 26-Nov-12 2:17am
   
Ok. Let me try. Thanks for your answer :)
@AmitGajjar at 26-Nov-12 2:58am
   
Your welcome.
TSLin306 at 26-Nov-12 22:59pm
   
hi again!
How to implement a delegate method for this situation? Or event?
I need to call a method from MasterPage everytime user control is post back, right?
Could you show me some sample code?
@AmitGajjar at 26-Nov-12 23:28pm
   
check http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6192739/how-do-i-raise-an-event-in-a-usercontrol-and-catch-it-in-mainpage discussion. you will find your answer there...
TSLin306 at 27-Nov-12 0:22am
   
Thanks again :)
@AmitGajjar at 27-Nov-12 1:12am
   
Your welcome

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