The user is going to supply a userid, username and password.
while the user writes the userid I want to check in the database
if it exist and if it does, i will fill the username relating to that userid.
I would like Ajax to help me with this, is there anyone who knows how
this can be done? please help me
I have three input boxs, userid, username and password, and a submit button.
The user will enter userid in the input box, then I want to invoke the onblur="check()"
event to check the userid entered with a value in the database and if it exist I will
fill the username.
My problem is the whole layout of Ajax, how I'm supposed to implement it, creating a '.js' file that will in the background
call default.aspx to connect to the database. default.aspx will ofcourse use default.aspx.cs
to connect to the database.
Does this help you see what I am trying to do?
I've created these menus in the past but in just a plain HTML page not ASP.NET. When I try to apply the same format to the unorder list the look isn't the same so I was trying to create it using LinkButtons like so:
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i have one multi line text box and one save button..
When a SAVE button is pressed it will perform a action on the
database either to add data that a user has entered.
When the refresh button is pressed at the top of the page the same
exact data is re-submitted again resulting duplicate transaction in the
database. Is there anyway of stopping this happening? From client-side
script or server side , how can we detect that the "Refresh" button is click?