I've heard a few of you ask about AJAX in MOSS 2007. Yeah, OOB MOSS doesn't support the ASP.NET AJAX framework, so here's an interesting bit of reading for you – thanks to Jose, whose post, I picked it from:

AJAX is not a specific technology but a set of technologies, mostly related to using client-side javascript to asynchronously do post backs and partial page refreshes. If you are using AJAX, you can leverage some of the other technologies mentioned here to interact with SharePoint. There is no out-of-the-box web part to host AJAX code, but there's already many discussions detailing how to support this scenario and leverage it inside a web part.

Reference: Information about ASP.NET-based AJAX: http://ajax.asp.net
Reference: Building a web part that uses AJAX: http://www.capdes.com/2007/02/microsoft_office_sharepoint_se.html

Reference: Building a web part that uses AJAX: http://sharethispoint.com/archive/2007/02/28/Using-a-SPGridView-inside-an-ASP.net-Ajax-UpdatePanel.aspx

Source: http://blogs.technet.com/josebda/archive/2007/04/05/integrating-sharepoint-with-other-portals-and-web-applications.aspx

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