For example, in my case I wanted to pull latitude longitude information from a SQL Server database and then use them to insert pushpins on google map. So I have decided to write a user control which can take care of javascript part and allows me to concentrate on serverside functions.

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I don't know about others, but for me it was a little difficult to use javascript along with google apis in ASP.

Net pages, specifically if you want to use server side functions to draw google map dynamically.

The events of the controls don't get lost and I can show the updated information without the browser postback.

I hope this is of any help to anyone in the future, because I almost ripped all my hair out with this.

Since I was depending on the page_init to run again after the update just to update the new value for my control and this wasn't happing, then a possible solution would be to update the value of the control in the check box changed event, where as the label is already created, and in the next page life cycle run, it would persist its value.

So the only thing I changed was the Chk Change Text Click Event and the end result was: Come to think about it, its a more simple approach, in my original project I have several dynamic controls and I just set a pattern in my controls ID to find the ones I need and change the values.

For the contents of an Update Panel, a special extender exists that relies heavily on the animation framework: Update Panel Animation.

It can also work together with Update Panel triggers.

However, if a trigger refreshes the outer panel, both the outer and inner panels are refreshed. The following example displays the categories, subcategories, and names of products from the Adventure Works sample database.

The category list rarely changes and there is no need to refresh the list of categories every time that a list of subcategories or products is displayed.

In this walkthrough you will update part of a web page at a timed interval by using three ASP.