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In my previous post I talked about that by using AJAX.NEt Library I am not able to access the JavaScript methods which were to be called from the Page. One solution is to Inject the JavaScript into the page which is using AJAX. Take a look at the code below:

This is the code for the BasePage:

public class BasePage : System.Web.UI.Page
private const string SCRIPT = "ScriptString"; 

public string GreetUser() 
return "Hello World";

public void InjectScript() 
string scriptString = String.Empty; 

if(Cache[SCRIPT] == null
                scriptString = GetScript(); 
                Cache[SCRIPT] = scriptString; 
                scriptString =(
string) Cache[SCRIPT]; 

private string GetScript() 
string script = String.Empty; 

            FileStream fs = File.OpenRead(Server.MapPath("AjaxScript.js")); 
            StreamReader sr = 
new StreamReader(fs); 
while(sr.Read() > -1) 
                script = sr.ReadToEnd(); 

if(script != null && script.Length > 0) 
return script; 
else return null


And the page that wants to use the AJAX functionality can simply inherit from the BasePage and fire the InjectScript method which will inject the JavaScript into the page. 

WebForm1.aspx code: 

public class WebForm1 : BasePage


private void Page_Load(object sender, System.EventArgs e)






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Posted on Wednesday, February 15, 2006 2:16 PM | Back to top

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