In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to call WebMethod with Jquery in ASP.NET WebForms. This post will cover a basic example to post form data using Jquery in ASP.NET.
Calling a WebMethod with jQuery in ASP.NET WebForms:
Let’s create a simple example.
Step 1 Create an ASP.NET Web Form Application:
Open Visual Studio and go to File>New>Project and create ASP.NET Web Application PostFormData
Choose an Empty Web Form Template as shown in the below image.
An empty application has been created.
Step 2: Add Web Form to the application.
Right Click on the Solution Explorer and add a WebForm called Default.aspx. Write the following code in the Default.aspx.
The url “”/Default.aspx/Greeting” is the name of WebForm and “Greeting” is the name of WebMethid.
Step 3: Declaring WebMethod in Code Behind:
Add the following namespace.
Add the following WebMethod in the Code Behind file.
Note: The WebMethod must be static.
Run the application:
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Hope you understand this tutorial. Please don’t hesitate to comment for any technical issue. Your feedback and suggestions would be helpful.