After further testing, I discovered a bug in my GroupedUpdatePanel. It didn’t always function correctly when the postback was initiated by a child control with ChildrenAsTriggers set to true. Any UpdatePanels declared after the initiated panel would update, but those before would not. I’ve corrected this, though it’s now a bit more complicated. There is an processing module which needs to be added to your web.config file in the section. Here’s the link to the corrected file.
Brant Burnett is a Couchbase Community Expert, systems architect, and .NET developer experienced in desktop and web full stack development. For the last 13 years, he has been working with CenterEdge Software developing applications for all segments of their software suite.
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