Whether the results of the dynamic population should be cached and
not fetched again after the first load
Whether or not we should clear the HTML contents of the
target element when an update begins
An key that you can pass to the web service call, such as an ID. This is optional.
must return a string and will be called instead of the Service or Page method.
The ID of a control to trigger the population of the target. The population will
be triggered by this controls "click" event.
The method name of the web service of page method to call.
The path of the web service to call, or if this is blank, a page method will be
A CSS style to apply while the update is in progress
|cacheDynamicResults||Whether the results of the dynamic population should be cached and
not fetched again after the first load|
|ClearContentsDuringUpdate||Whether the contents of the target should be cleared when an update begins|
|ContextKey||An arbitrary string value to be passed to the web method.
For example, if the element to be populated is within a
data-bound repeater, this could be the ID of the current row.|
|CustomScript||The script to invoke instead of calling a Web or Page method. This script must evaluate to a string value.|
|PopulateTriggerID||Name of an element that triggers the population of the target when clicked|
|ServiceMethod||The name of the method to call on the page or web service|
|ServicePath||The URL of the web service to call. If the ServicePath is not defined, then we will invoke a PageMethod instead of a web service.|
|UpdatingCssClass||The CSS class to apply to the target during asynchronous calls|