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AJAX UpdatePanel and frames

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 23, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net


I am new AJAX. In my webpage I have two frames on on the top for the menu and so on, and one on the button which have the content.

I have a buttom on the upper frame. which I included in the AJAX UpdatePanel trigger. The problem now is that the result page displays on the same frame (the upper). I have target frame set to ContentFrame, so it worked fine before using the update Panel. Now the question: Is there any solution so I can force the target to be another frame than the one which has the UpdatePanel.

Thanks for help. 

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