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I made a javascript that pops-up a message box. I do not have problem calling it on the aspx page but i can't find a way to call it from a .cs file (class file). Any help is greatly appreciated.



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Franco Cipriano 13-Sep-12 8:01am    

Thanks, but this article only states how to call javascript from code-behind (aspx.cs) file. I am looking for a way on how to call a javascript from .cs file.

[no name] 13-Sep-12 8:16am    
And? That is exactly what this article shows you. What do you think a .cs file is?
Franco Cipriano 14-Sep-12 10:07am    
I am calling it from the class file that I added in the project, not the class file from the .aspx .. In the .cs file I do not have an option to call the ClientScript.RegisterClientScriptBlock
bbirajdar 1-Oct-12 11:56am    
You cannot CALL javascript from server side.. However, you can initialize javascript from server-side using the above procedure..
ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript(this.Page, this.GetType(), "", "RedirectPage();", true);
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bbirajdar 28-Nov-12 8:13am    
This is used to 'register' a javascript on the page. It does not 'call' it.. You will have to 'call' it from the client side only...

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