I try to use the webslider in a WebTab with the settings AsyncMode=On and EnableLoadOnDemand=True. When I initially load the page and the tab with the slider is visible, it is working fine. Now I switch through the tabs. When I switch to the tab with the Slider again the slider doesn't work anymore. I can't drag the thumb anymore!!! When I try it the cursor switches to the "no drag allowed cursor" (the circle with the stroke through it).
Why is this happening? What am I doing wrong?
Thx in advance
You should use the Micrsoft Update Panel instead of the WARP. The WARP is more for a CLR 1.x environment, pre MS AJAX 1.0. The two frameworks are not compatible and the WebSlider, just like all of our Aikido web controls, is built on top of MS AJAX 1.0.
Sung Kim, excuse me
But most of Infragisics controls does not work with the UpdatePanel of AJAX Extentions 1.x. In this case, Infragistics usually advice to use WebAsyncRefreshPanel for such controls (example, UltraWebGrid 35 so on). They work correctly with WARP. So I could not understand why WebSlider is so differ of them.On my web page I have a lot of controls, that can be used only with WARP. Now I want to add WebSlider, that should be linked to this controls (see its events and send them events). I could not imagine how to do this if i add also UpdatePanel.
Need your help!
All of our controls should work inside of a MS Update Panel. All of our controls minus the Aikido controls, ie. the WebSlider, work inside of a WARP. If for some reason you still have to use WARP then I would recommend you do not nest the Update Panel inside of a WARP and vice versa. Remember Aikido controls will not work inside of a tab with AJAX enabled or a WARP.
Please let our support department know of any issues you are having with the UltraWebGrid in an UpdatePanel. If it is not working correctly, we will fix it.
If you decide to migrate to the UpdatePanel, you can use the RegisterStartupScript method to let you know when a refresh occurs. There were some other ways to accomplish this that I came across when doing a google search.