Timer Event is Tick. It has interval properties in miliseconds. Interval is a time between tick event triggers itself. So this tick event runs on specific interval of time.
If you want to have a repeated automatic refresh to view current information or action like auto save then you can use Timer Control.
Since it is an ajax process then page will reload partially or process will run asynchronously.
I have a Timer Example just to view clock in a panel. Every second, clock in panel will be refreshed and show current hour, minute and second.
The source code I give you is a block code because other lines are auto-generated by Visual Studio. Here is an .aspx block code:
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Tagged ASP .Net, Asp .Net Timer Control, ASP.NET AJAX, AsyncPostBackTrigger, Auto Save, ScriptManager, session, Timer Tick, Triggers, UpdateMode, UpdatePanel
Any table like objects like array and recordset have same structure. They have rows and columns.
Usually column is a key and row is a value.
A recordset that comes from database ‘select’ operation usually stored in array or OOP object variable on MVC concept or any kind of business logic and view layer.
A web page access this variable to show its data. View layer only include database and datatable class files. So web page users doesn’t access database operational directly.
With this concept, I have build a simple DataTable class to store those kind of objects.
This DataTable has functions to add columns and rows and get their values so that we can extract information from DataTable with easy and use same methods repeatedly.
Also we can get DataTable object value on another page with SESSION functionality.
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Tagged DataTable, DB2, db2_close, db2_connect, db2_fetch_array, OOP, PHP, PHP Example, PHPExcel, session, web paging