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mike2
Posted: 12/01/2004, 6:47 AM

hello,
i try it again..
i need to insert/update my edtable grid if the user changes some values in the form fields/controls...a simple document.submit.form or something similar is not enough..this makes no event to the grid just a submit......CCS generates a editable grid with a submit button with an server event/comamnd...

How can i get this action/event to run Onchange!
thanks
kurt
peterr


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Posted: 12/01/2004, 1:11 PM

Have you considered using JavaScript?
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mike2
Posted: 12/02/2004, 12:51 AM

javascript?
do you mean....onchange="javascript:submit.form"

kurt

Quote peterr:
Have you considered using JavaScript?
peterr


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Posted: 12/02/2004, 1:13 AM

Possibly. I don't know the exact code, but I think that you should use JavaScript because usually only JavaScript (or generally client code) can be executed when "user changes some values in the form fields/controls". The JavaScript OnChange event sounds right for this.
If you need specific code sample then you can probably find it on the net: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=javascript+onchange+submit

Also, I didn't understand your comments about document.submit.form not being enough, and about no event being made.
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mike2
Posted: 12/02/2004, 1:52 AM

hi peterr,
alex from CCS support had a solution for me!!

its like:
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supportsupport_text.Attributes.Add("onchange", "javascript:supportRepeater__ctl2_supportButton_Submit.click()")
**********************************

thanks also!!
but now i must find a way to add a submit button in each row of a repeater!! is this possible with CCS?
kurt

Quote peterr:
Possibly. I don't know the exact code, but I think that you should use JavaScript because usually only JavaScript (or generally client code) can be executed when "user changes some values in the form fields/controls". The JavaScript OnChange event sounds right for this.
If you need specific code sample then you can probably find it on the net: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=javascript+onchange+submit

Also, I didn't understand your comments about document.submit.form not being enough, and about no event being made.

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