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$(document).ready(function () { 

    $.ajax({
 
        type: 'GET',
 
        url: 'https://js.i-parcel.com', [^]
 
        timeout: 15000,
 
        success: function (data) { alert('Connected to i-parcel.'); },
 
        error: function (XMLHttpRequest, textStatus, errorThrown) { alert('Error:\r\n' + textStatus); }
 
    });
 
});
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Updated 28-Jan-13 23:24pm
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Put it into a separate function and use the OnClientClick attribute in your button's tag.

JavaScript
<script type="text/javascript">

    $(document).ready(function () {

    });

    function callAjax()
    {
       $.ajax({
            type: 'GET',
            url: 'https://js.i-parcel.com', [^]
            timeout: 15000,
            success: function (data) { alert('Connected to i-parcel.'); },
            error: function (XMLHttpRequest, textStatus, errorThrown)
            { alert('Error:\r\n' + textStatus); }
       });
    }

</script>



ASP.NET
<asp:button runat="server" id="btnClick" onclientclick="callAjax(); return false;" text="Click Here" />
 
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[no name] 29-Jan-13 5:30am    
+5
k@ran 29-Jan-13 5:56am    
what is the use of xmlns:asp="#unknown" here..
Nick Fisher (Consultant) 31-Jan-13 4:08am    
Sorry, the HTML editor on this site seems to sometimes insert these tags when you paste code snippets in the response. This tag was not there in the original code, and I've removed it now.
vinodkumarnie 1-Feb-13 5:51am    
good solution..

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