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Please help me, My question is that I have created a web application and wcf services my all business class and data class is define in wcf now i have done add reference.this is working fine at my local pc.Now I am hosting on server ,I have created two site on server for web and Wcf and passed wcf url to web appplication in web config file.Now problen is that it is not communication with our database .after running application when we put userid and password getting error userid and password not valid while both are correct.means it is not connecting database.
Thanks to giving reply quickly in advance.guys pls help me.
I am creating Ajax Draggable panels on Onclick event of a button but I'm facing problem while making the use of asp:AsyncPostBackTrigger viz.
1)When I use asp:AsyncPostBackTrigger control is created and retains its position but further on click event of button(aspx) newly created controls are not displayed but while debugging it shows that new controls(usercontrol) are being created.
2)If I don't use asp:AsyncPostBackTrigger then on every click of the Button(on <b>aspx</b> page) control(<b>usercontrol</b>) is being created and is also draggable but they are not retaining their positions.
A Master page offers a template for one or more web forms. It defines placeholders for the content, which can be overridden by the content pages. The content pages contains only content. When users request the content page, ASP.NET merges the layout of the master page with the content of the content page and produce output.