As of this writing, the toolkit version is Version 1.0.20229 (if you are targeting Framework 2.0, ASP.
NET AJAX 1.0 and Visual Studio 2005) and Version 3.0.20229 (if targeting . If you want to popup a Calendar on the click of a button, you can use set the Popup Button ID of the Calendar Extender to the ID of the button.
For example write in the Text Box 1988 and go to that year in the Calendar.
Here is the code that supposed to update the Calendar to a new year.
NET AJAX control that is associated with a Text Box control.
When the user clicks on the Text Box, a client-side Calendar control pops up.
The key goal has been to encapsulate all the complex functionality of web based rich text editing into a single control.
All that you need is to drop the control dll into your bin directory, and include a single tag like to get the full rich text editor working on your page! You can use the Culture attribute to set it for use with other supported languages listed below.
Download: If you're wanting to download the latest stable bits, use the "Releases" tab, and if you want to get the latest source code bits, check out the "Source Code" tab.
When I click , it should read the current values from the controls and save with those. Is there anything known that can make it seem as though the value of a control has not been changed?
Unfortunately, what it's actually doing is using the values of the controls before a change was made to them. Here's a sample: int object_number=5; string other_course_name_string = "Other Course Name_" object_number. When you do a postback before the postback handler is evaluated the Page Load event is raised so if you don't avoid to rebind your control they will be loaded with the values from the database.