I am confused about your debugging solution. I want to debug server side code, i.e. the ASP.Net code runs on server, not the client side code running on IE. Why should I attach to IE? I think I should attach to IIS or ASP.Net worker process? Any comments?
My question is, how to debug on IIS? E.g. I send some request and could debug line by line in cs file to see the processing details?
You are trying to step into code from your machine connecting to server right? AFAIK, this is not possible. Easy way is to remote desktop to that server, and debug the code there if you have VS installed there.
Just put both the dropdownlist inside different Updatepanel. ( Say Ddl1 is in inside UpdatePanel1 and ddl2 is inside update panel2 )
Now Change the UpdateMode of UpdatePanel2 to “Conditional” . And Update the UpdatePanel2 on the selectionIndex Changed of Ddl1 as UpdatePanel2.Update()
Hope Rest part you will do yourself !!!
I have a textbox with a RegularExpressionValidator and a ValidatorCallOutExtender and ontextchanged event i call RegularExpressionValidator.validate() but ValidatorCallOutExtender doesn't fire and no erro message appear.
any hint and suggestions?
thanks in advance..
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