I want to create my own dialog box that have much information such as image for my main form! I have known that the custom dialog box is just a new form added in main form, but could you please show me more detail about that.
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Basically i want close window in finally Block After sucessfulll Updation.
I have one aspx page which contains a webpart. The structure of the webpart is:
Webpart(holds one user control say UC1)
UC1-> contains another user control say (UC2) in a <div>, which I am going to show as a popup on clicking of a link button inside a gridview in UC1.
UC2-> contain another user control say (UC3) in a <div>, which I am going to show as a popup on clicking of a button inside in UC2.
That means -> UC1(main page) ------->(Onclick) One JQuery popup(UC2)--------------->(OnClick) One Jquery popup(UC3) here UC2 is still remaining in focus and UC3 will be another Jquery popup on UC2.
Now my requirement is when i fill the Jquery popup(UC3) and click on save button in UC3, I would like to close UC3 Jquery popup and refresh the gridview inside UC2 Jquery popup without closing it.
Is this possible?(please explain the logic if found in terms of Jquery, but not in terms of normal popup windows)
This seems like a straightforward request, but I can't find out how to do this. I need to remove a custom web part that is showing up in the Add Web Part dialog box when I go to add a web part to a SharePoint 2007 page. However, I do
not want to uninstall this web part at this time. How can I prevent it from showing up as an installable web part?