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  1. I've got a Grid on my page set to a width of around 500px. There's just the two columns, label and value. The value is a single digit in most cases. The label is around 40 characters, but it's truncating down to roughly 25. Is this a setting somewhere? There's more than enough room to draw out the full labels, but I can't find any way to stop it. The JSON shows the full values, so the only other place it could be truncating is in the swf. Is suggestions?

  2. Bizarre stuff. I put this line in to the PostBack:




    if (IsPostBack)




    String sEventArguments = Request["__EVENTARGUMENT"];




    pnlGrid.Controls.Add(new LiteralControl(sEventArguments));






    In the drillDown javascript code, I have an alert that is firing just before it calls __doPostBack. Since that is firing, I know that javascript is being called. Furthermore, I can rename the first argument to anything else. Just "drillDown" doesn't work. In fact "drilldown" does work (all lowercase). I get this for the args:








    Fails in both FF and IE. At this point, I'm not really concerned since I can just rename it. But yeah, I'm left scratching my head. I'm wondering if there's something cached somewhere. Oh well.

  3. Hello, having a bit of a problem with the __doPostBack call. I've modified the AJAX example to allow multiple arguments to be passed by appending the args with a delimiter ($) and splitting on that:




    __doPostBack("control", "drillDown$1$2$3");




    On the back end, I have:




    Int32 iDelimiter = sEventArguments.IndexOf('$');


    String sArgument = sEventArguments.Substring(iDelimiter + 1);


    string[] args = sEventArguments.Split('$');




    I can then access the individual values (1,2,3) via args[1], args[2], and args[3]. This works fine for numbers, but for some reason it is failing when I change any of the numbers to a string. For example, this fails:




    __doPostBack("control", "drillDown$a$2$3");




    I'm not sure why it's failing and was hoping someone could point this out. I don't believe it's even calling the postback since I put a panel.Controls.Clear() call at the very top of the postback event. Works fine if I change everything to numbers.




    Any thoughts? I'd rather not have to retool this to work with an int.