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lurch99

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Posted: 05/02/2015, 11:10 AM

I'm using CCS version 5.1.1.18990 with PHP 5.3 and when creating a blank page then using the Grid & Record Builder, and publishing the project/page, I'm not able to edit a record as the floating Ajax box (panel?) isn't appearing at all.

I've created a fresh project with the same data properties and see this works correctly. I also deleted all the remote content and forced a fresh publishing of the site data, same problem.

Is there at least an easy way to disable the Ajax-y features of the floating Grid/Record detail, which appear to be the problem? I'm not seeing any errors when publishing...

PS I fire up CCS about every six months and am fairly new to version 5, but am using standard settings.


Any tips or help appreciated.

Doug
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eratech


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Posted: 05/02/2015, 7:35 PM

Doug,

To turn off the AJAX-y when running the builder, there is a tickbox on the first page the builder that is automatically ticked.

The example page you gave I can see 2 problems:

1. The JS console warns "Invalid CSS property declaration at:" in jquery-ui.css lines 799, 802, 809 all relating to ui-widget settings with what I assume to be values being loaded (eg: "/*{fsDefault}*/" but I think they are commented and likely not the issue;

2. Immediately after the <body> tag there are 2 panels with the id of 'Panel1' which is likely breaking something.

Have you manually added a panel as well as the builder? Try giving one of them another name and see if the AJAX works out.

Also - was the project with the problem originally a CCS 4.x project that you upgraded? I have found problems with the ajax additions for those cases, and so leave them 'non-ajax'.

Cheers

Eric
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lurch99

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Posted: 05/02/2015, 7:57 PM

Thanks Eric, this is really helpful. I'll try out your suggestions! Much appreciated.

And yes, it was a project migrated from 4.x, I guess it's time to build it up from scratch, which I expected having to do.
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eratech


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Posted: 05/03/2015, 7:23 PM

Yeah, I found the change from prototypejs (CCS4) to jQuery (CCS5) caused some generation issues and so I simply left them as was until I really needed to. I add jQuery separately if really needed.

At least recreating a project in CCS5 is generally pretty quick (depending on complexity of course) Look at the Data Dictionary to store those common settings (eg: button text with 'Update' instead of 'Submit') and it will save even more time.

Cheers

Eric
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