I just got off the phone with a client who is using the MS-AJAX TabControl in one of his applications and any time he causes a postback, the tab resets to the first tab.
If you’ve never seen the problem, you’re lucky. There are a couple of ways around the problem. The first and easiest if it works in your situation is to put the tab in an update panel so that you never actually do a full postback.
However, there are times when this won’t work. In this particular case it is because one of the tabs holds the file upload control, which can’t be used inside an update panel. (Another problem we had to find a way around last week.)
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Well, it probably looks like an odd title. But let’s face it: we still have to support IE6 for some of our clients no matter how much we don’t like it or it shouldn’t be. And one of the most frustrating items that we ever had to support in IE6 is the fact that certain controls and plug-ins don’t obey z-order.
What this means in a practical sense is that if we have a menu layer that drops over one of these misbehaving bad boys, we have to find some hack around it.
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Last week I introduced the ASP.NET MVC framework by talking a bit about what the model, view and controller are.
In the comments, John Meyer said,
I respectfully disagree with your claim that the model is you BLL. MVC is a UI layer pattern, and as such all models, views, and controllers are strictly in the UI level.
While historically, MVC has been described in the way I stated–while the ASP.NET MVC guys have also portrayed the Model as BLL or below–I have to agree with John. Here’s why:
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