I've added this in for your case with the master Pages but leaving the above as it's also valid for anyone else stumbling upon this question as there are more than 1 way to accomplish this.
When I do this, the rad Grid does not behave properly.
Some examples are that when I do an edit, I cannot close the edit portion or update.
It shows the group name, and also an Edit and a Delete button. This is a seperate ASPX page that shows up in the Rad Window.
It displays a list of "groups" that members belong to. When you click a button to edit a group, we launch a new form in a Rad Window.
You can edit the name of the group, and add/remove members.
When you close the window, your changes are persisted to the database, and then an AJAX call is initiated via Java Script.
All it really does is re-set the Data Source of the grid (so we pickup the changes that we just saved to the database) and also calls a Grid. The problem I'm having is that, while everything appears to be executing, the changes don't appear on the grid until you refresh the page.
This is because (I believe) that even though we changed the Grid Data Source, no postback occurs, and so, nothing new is displayed.
I was able to "fix" this by calling a little Java Script magic to force a page refresh, and this works, however the entire page refreshes, and that looks ugly.
I tried adding the Rad Window to the Ajax Manager Proxy like this, in hopes that it would AJAXify the grid refresh, but that's doesn't do it.
When I call rebind() within a linkbutton outside the Rad Grid, Need Data Source is triggered and the datasource is changed appropriately but the Rad Grid itself doesn't update the cell values with the new datasource. NET) EDIT: My Linkbutton wasn't wrapped in a Rad Ajax Panel.