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Asynchronous callbacks not getting fired in asp.net web parts

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
I am trying to create a portal making use of asp.net Web Parts, Web Part Zones and WebPartManager. I have created a custom control as my webpart by inheriting from the standard Web Part. Inside the Web Parts I am making use of controls (3rd party) which allow asynchronous callbacks. However my asynchronous callbacks are not getting trigerred from the web part. I am creating the web part and the web part zones at runtime. The structure of my WebPart is as follows <Button><ClientSideClick = "CallBackMethod" </Button> <GridView></GridView> protected CallBackMethod() { RefreshGrid() } Whenever I click on the button the Page_Init of the aspx page on which the webpart gets executed recreating my webpart and webpartzone and also the CreateChildControls method gets executed but the callback event does not trigger. Has anyone faced something similar?

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