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RE: Handle XForms Submit whith XmlHttpRequest

From: Landry DEFO KUATE <defolandry@yahoo.fr>
Date: Thu, 6 Jul 2006 14:07:20 -0000
To: <www-forms@w3.org>
Message-ID: <E1FyUVZ-0002fM-47@maggie.w3.org>

Can some one point me an example please!

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Erik Bruchez [mailto:ebruchez@gmail.com] De la part de Erik Bruchez
Envoyé : jeudi 6 juillet 2006 14:05
À : www-forms@w3.org
Cc : Landry DEFO KUATE; Fritz_Schenk@Countrywide.Com
Objet : Re: Handle XForms Submit whith XmlHttpRequest

Landry DEFO KUATE wrote:

 > I can't use Xforms because with Xforms, when you click a submit for
 > example, the submission object will built the http request and send
 > it to server. Next, the browser will handle server response and show
 > it in the page (roundtrip).

This is incorrect, as pointed out by other posters.

 > The matter with this is that I have more forms and other information
 > on the page and I just want to refresh the appropriate area that
 > contains the form that was submit.

This is something XForms allows you to do.

 > I am thinking of using a listner on te submission and cancel the
 > submission onsubmit event.
 > Il place, I will user a <xforms:setvalue value="handlerequest(.)"/>
 > that will call a generic JavaScript function. This function have to
 > do the same responsibility the submission will do, but by usin an
 > XmlHttpRequest object. Then, this function will refresh the div that
 > contains Xforms form with return data.

 > I want to know if this solution is smart and realistic and if
 > somebody have deal with this in the past.

I believe you can do all this with pure XForms :-)


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