Last post Aug 02, 2010 09:53 AM by gurunguns
Jul 11, 2010 09:24 AM|gurunguns|LINK
Can anyone tell me the UpdatePanel life cycle and does it call the complete Page life cycle??
please share some useful article on this if available.
Jul 11, 2010 11:29 AMfirstname.lastname@example.org|LINK
when an UpdatePanel performs a partial postback, the whole page lifecycle is executed, thus all the server-side events are being raised.
Jul 12, 2010 03:05 AM|chetan.sarode|LINK
It’s important to remember that a partial postback is just that: A
Jul 12, 2010 04:21 PM|gurunguns|LINK
so if the UpdatePanel call the whole page life cycle then howcome the partial postback happen or howcome the response is so fast thru updatePanel?
Jul 12, 2010 06:45 PM|mrmercury|LINK
There’s really no speed gain when using the UpdatePanel since the page goes through the whole page life cycle as said above, the UpdatePanel just hides the postback from the user, but the postback is still happening, in fact if used incorrectly you could
end with a slower page, if you need speed and performance then you should look into calling WebServices (or PageMethods) using ASP.NET AJAX instead.
Aug 02, 2010 09:52 AM|gurunguns|LINK
An asynchronous postback behaves like a regular postback in that the resulting server page executes the complete page and control life cycle. However, with an asynchronous postback, page updates are limited to regions of the page that are enclosed in UpdatePanel
controls and that are marked to be updated. The server sends HTML markup for only the affected elements to the browser.
Aug 02, 2010 09:53 AM|gurunguns|LINK