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Refreshing a multi-page

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72250 Mar 10,2008 11:54 PM UTC Mar 11,2008 07:10 PM UTC ASP.NET Web Forms (Classic) 2
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Asked On March 10, 2008 11:54 PM UTC


I am using the tabstrip control with the pageview control to set up a multipage view.

I have two pages. One for adding/editing data, and the other for viewing.

Is it possible to auto refresh the data in the 2nd pageview after the user has entered data in the 1st pageview? For eg. after a button click event on the 1st one.


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Replied On March 11, 2008 09:34 AM UTC

Hi Ivan,

Issue : Is it possible to auto refresh the data in the 2nd pageview after the user has entered data in the 1st pageview?

Yes. It is possible to refresh the data in the 2nd page view using Tabstrip Click event. During the Tabstrip Click event you can refresh the 2nd pageview data.
Please refer the sample in the following link which is illustrates the above:

Sample :


Video Clip :


Please let me know if you have any other concerns.


Replied On March 11, 2008 07:10 PM UTC

Hi Vishnu,

Actually, I was looking for the 2nd page to refresh without clicking on the 2nd tab.

Here are the steps:
1) Enter data on first tab. There's a button on there for "Submit".
2) Click "Submit" button.
3) The 2nd page is now selected with the refreshed data.

Is there a way to invoke the 2nd page to "move to the front". If so, then I can do this from any other page, not just from tab page 1.




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