ASP.NET ‘Sys.Extended.UI’ is null or not an object error using AjaxControlToolkit

To resolve this issue simply add CombineScripts=”false” to the AjaxToolkitManager tag,

<asp:ToolkitScriptManager ID=”ToolkitScriptManager1″ runat=”server” CombineScripts=”false” ></asp:ToolkitScriptManager>

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12 Responses to ASP.NET ‘Sys.Extended.UI’ is null or not an object error using AjaxControlToolkit

  1. luisrgg says:

    thnks a lot !!!, very helpfull…

  2. adriaanvanheerden says:

    After spending my entire Saterday reading 100’s of articles trying to fix this issue I was sure this easy fix wasnt going to work, but it did!!! Thanks a mil!!!!!

  3. natrajme says:

    Thanks a lot for this fix. I spend whole day searching for this kind of fix

  4. jsk4125 says:

    Hi, I know this is old, but I believe it’s
    Thanks for the help, though. Can be a little difficult when it’s in one .ascx, and you can’t find the containing page’s ‘ScriptManager’ tag. (You can only have one or the other.)

  5. spending all my f.day reading articles , and that was just it ? guys should publish it every where .

  6. Non Sense says:

    YOU ARE THE MAN !!

  7. Chiming in to say thanks – and hopefully get you up in Google’s search results by an inch or two ;)

  8. Great buddy…. your solution awesome ….. thanks lot

  9. sabiha khan says:

    I am also facing same issue but i am using ScriptManager,
    please let me where should i have to add the CombineScripts property

  10. Manikandan R says:

    Thanks a lot.. You saved my day :)

  11. @sabiha khan you need to use ToolkitScriptManager not ScriptManager in your design page.Then right click for properties you will find CombineScripts property.

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