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Hi, i have question about update panel and triger asociated with it.
I have repeater control in update panel and one user control(having button) out side the update panel. now i want when i click on button which is in user control, my repeater is being is refreshed. how can i do this? follwing is my code

//user control
<uc1:myUserContrl ID="usercontrol"  runat="server"/>
//update panel and repeater control
<asp:updatepanel ID="updReater" runat="server">
     here is my repeater control
Posted 17-Jan-13 0:28am
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Solution 1

Suppose you have scriptmanager with ID "ScriptManager1" on your page, write the following code in Page Load event:
ScriptManager1.RegisterAsyncPostBackControl(usercontrol1.FindControl("Button1"));//Button1 is the ID of button inside your user control.
Also, you should set "UpdateMode" property of the update panel to "Conditional".
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Solution 2

Well, you can use a Trigger for your Update Panel & do the Needful.
I'm just adding the Code for Trigger below:

<asp:updatepanel id="updReater" runat="server">
      Here is your repeater control
      <asp:asyncpostbacktrigger controlid="Button1" eventname="Click" />

In the above lines of code I'm considering your Button Id as 'Button1' & Targeting it's 'Click' event for Async Postback.

So Just add these few lines of Code & your job will be done.

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