Blog entries tagged with AJAX

Use UpdatePanel inside an EPiServer custom property

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

In order to use ASP.NET AJAX inside an EPiServer custom property you have to have a ScriptManager present. Here's an example of how to add one programmatically. [ Read full article ]

06 August 2010  0 Comments


Move over UpdatePanel, here comes unobtrusive JQuery that renders stateless Asp.Net user controls

by: Peter Sunna

Web controls, the good the bad and the ugly Web controls are one of the main features in Asp.Net and my absolute favorite is the simple but elegant Repeater. However, whereas some of the web controls may help you get up to speed quickly they also... [ Read full article ]

27 July 2009  3 Comments


EPiServer and ASP.NET AJAX

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

Script error after ASP.NET AJAX postback in EPiServer I had two seemingly identical EPiServer websites, each running EPiServer CMS 5 R2 SP1. However, on one of the websites a peculiar script error occured after the second postback in an ASP.NET AJ... [ Read full article ]

29 June 2009  2 Comments


EPiServer CMS 5 R2 gives 'Sys' is undefined on IIS7

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

Yet another troubleshooting tip for the dreaded 'Sys' is undefined error This post won't reveal any exciting new features, techniques, or patterns. However, if you're troubleshooting some ASP.NET AJAX errors relating to EPiServer CMS 5 R2 on IIS7... [ Read full article ]

09 December 2008  20 Comments


New module on EPiCode - QuickSearchExtender

by: Fredrik Karlsson

I have just added a new module on EPiCode, QuickSearchExtender. It allows you to extend EPiServer's quicksearch in the edit mode so you will get a menu to choose from on all the pages with a pagename that starts with your searchstring.   As you ca... [ Read full article ]

27 September 2008  2 Comments


ASP.NET and JQuery = powerful combination

by: Marek Blotny ( Cognifide )

Over last few years number of interesting JavaScript frameworks emerged. My reaction to JavaScript used to be quite allergic, for me there was no such thing like a maintainable JavaScript code. But apparently things have changed drastically. At th... [ Read full article ]

31 August 2008  0 Comments


Using the Gaia ajax framework in EPiServer

by: Steve Celius

If you're working with Gaia Ajax Widgets in your EPiServer project, you need to read this blog post . In short, it fixes a problem where the Gaia callbacks are done in the context of your start page instead of the currently loaded page. The funny... [ Read full article ]

11 April 2008  1 Comments

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If you're getting full postbacks with ASP.NET AJAX and EPiServer 4.62

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

After having 1) referenced System.Web.Extensions and 2) added all the necessary entries to web.config, we still got full postbacks when submitting through an UpdatePanel in an EPiServer 4.62 website. The solution As it turns out, the culprit was t... [ Read full article ]

07 February 2008  1 Comments


UpdatePanel in EPiServer CMS

by: Johan Björnfot

In the released version of EPiServer CMS 5 (version 5.1.422.4) there is a problem when using UpdatePanel when FURL (Friendly URL) is activated on the site. The problem occurs because the AJAX callbacks from UpdatePanel will in some cases update th... [ Read full article ]

10 December 2007  4 Comments


WebService and CMS

by: Ruwen Jin

 In Ajax.Net user can call web service through JavaScript. The URL that will take the call is something like: http://myserver/webservices/datafactoryservice.asmx/Ping Normally IIS will take care of parse /Ping to PathInfo. But since CMS is using... [ Read full article ]

07 November 2007  1 Comments

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