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Looking for ASP.Net JQuery Post Sample

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Hi, iam looking for a JQuery Post Sample, without reload of the current Page. I want on a webform enter a search text, onclick on the submit button i want get (webservice?) back clean html code that will be shown in a div tag
i found something like

<form id="formsearch" onsubmit="jQuery.ajax({type:'POST',dataType:'html',data:jQuery(this).serialize(),success:
function(data, textStatus){jQuery('#ajaxcontent').html(data);},beforeSend:function(XMLHttpRequest){$('#indicatorSearch').
show();},complete:function(XMLHttpRequest, textStatus){$('#indicatorSearch').hide();},
url:'/Search'}); return false;" action="/Search" method="post">

but how is the source asp.net (or webservice) build up?

can you give me some samples, how i can realize that with asp.net


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