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46611 Jul 17,2006 02:03 PM Jul 17,2006 02:46 PM General Discussion 1
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Scott Griswold
Asked On July 17, 2006 02:03 PM

Hello, I have a requirement from a customer for a web based medical data entry form. The customer would like the form to be able to show data entry controls based on the need of the specific patient. For example, if a patient has had several surgeries the customer would like the patient to click on something that will show a line of data entry forms that will allow them to fill in to complete. If they need to fill in another item they click and another set of data entry controls appear. The customer insists that he has seen this at several web sites without the need to refresh the page. In the research and tests I have done I have been able to accomplish this by creating dynamic controls, but this requires the page to be refreshed. Does anyone know how to accomplish this goal and do you have any examples of web sites that do this? Regards, Scott

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Replied On July 17, 2006 02:46 PM

Scott, Yes, this should be doable using AJAX (in ASP.Net 2.0). You can use the CallbackPanel control in Essential Tools for ASP.Net to refresh portions of the page without a postback. Some interesting samples using this approach are at: http://www2.syncfusion.com/2.0/samples.aspx And browse to Tools.Web/CallbackControls to see plenty of samples illustrating refresh without postbacks. More regarding Essenatial Tools for ASP.Net, here: www.syncfusion.com/toolsweb -Praveen

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