Hello @dhpatrebo, and welcome to Ext.NET forums!
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That said, I've already read thru your question and you said you want to call
in the panel, somehow... May this be the case that you are holding Ext.NET components within ASP.NET Update Panels
? If that's the case, if you search forums (in google,
), you are going to see several questions regarding it, especially between Ext.NET versions 1 and 2 (so, really old threads), and what's to find there, is that this ASP component doesn't really mingle very well with Ext.NET.
There are some design constraints between the ASP.NET update panel, its life cycle, and our underlying framework, Sencha Ext JS, that are, albeit we tried hard, not able to interact at all. In fact, Ext.NET has its own implementation (loaders
, data refresh
) that nicely handles all cases an update panel would do.
Other than that, I am afraid I don't have much clue on what you're facing there. But basically you are breaking the inherent page life cycle in whatever you are trying. In general, Ext.NET needs room to run scripts to build its components into view, so in general adding content
is something that won't work with all its capabilities of seamlessly mingling with existing components on the page as well as wiring up events and handles for those components to interact with the page.
So, if you are using the UpdatePanel
, you should try something else, using actual Ext.NET panels or containers and have Ext.NET do its job with layout and client-side component logic on the page. If there are something else involved here, it is not clear what it is. I believe this would be a case a test case would fit great for us to get in what grounds you are at.
Hope this helps!