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Asychronous Web Service Call

, 21 Feb 2013 CPOL
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Asynchronous Web Service Call


This tip gives us an idea to call methods of page in an asynchronous way.


To call method asynchronously, AJAX has to provide build ins example $.ajax( ).

Using the Code

Step 1

Create a simple AsychCall web page (.aspx). Create a web method, which we need to consume asynchronously like:

public static bool ExecuteReport(string reportingYear )
    bool returnvalue = true;
    int reportReturnValue = -1;
        reportReturnValue = GenerateReport.ReportGeneratereportingYear 
        if (reportReturnValue == -1)
            return false;
        return returnvalue;
    catch (System.Exception ex)
        return returnvalue;

Step 2

Create another webpage and place a button like:

     <asp:Panel ID="pnlReportStatusMsg" 
                runat="server" Visible="true">
         <input type="button" id="btnReportGenerate" 
                    value="Generate Report" onclick="executeReport();"
                        runat="server" />

Step 3

On the button click, call a JavaScript method "executeReport(); like:

        type: "POST",
        url: "/AsychCall.aspx/ExecuteReport",
        data: "{reportingYearKey:'" + FiscalYearValue }",
        contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8",
        dataType: "json",
        success: function (msg) {
            if (msg.d == false) {
                document.getElementById('<%= lblReportStatus.ClientID %>').
                style.display = 'block';
                $("#<%=lblReportStatus.ClientID %>

Step 4

Compile this code. You see, when you click the button "Generate Report", AJAX method asynchronously calls Web method "ExecuteReport" from AsychCall Web page.


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Pathak Ashwin

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Comments and Discussions

QuestionSince this is specifically about async PinmvpMarcus Kramer15-Feb-13 12:02 

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