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Posted 28 Jun 2006

Passing data to popup window

, 28 Jun 2006
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The article/code useful to pass data from webpage's codebehind to popup is more interactive and it should happen without postback also. 

Using the code

In a source webpage Fromwhich we are going to pass a data to popuForm.aspx,The following example code are used in datagrid_itemcommand event to pass binded data in datagrid while clicking a linkbutton control which also be contained in datagrid.

Dim strScript As String = "popupForm.aspx?Id=" & e.Item.Cells(0).Text
strScript = "WindowOpen('" & strScript & "',800,300);"
Page.RegisterStartupScript("Email", "<script> & strScript & </script><script>" & strScript & "</script>")

Now,In the Page_load event of popupForm.aspx we can get the Id value what we passed from source webpage.

Dim getId as integer = Request.QueryString("Id")


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DuraiMurugan T
Web Developer
India India
T.DuraiMurugan is a Software Engineer in Karnataka, India. Durai has designed and developed Microsoft Web and Windows solutions since 2003. His expertise lies in developing scalable, high-performance applications with Microsoft Enterprise Server Products in .NET technology .His core skills are ADO.NET, ASP.NET, C#, VB.NET, Web Services, XML and SQL Server.

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