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  • v10 Grid Search

    Just installed the v10 beta.

    When I save my grids with ajax enabled, the search parts work in Live Preview, but not in my web application.

    The Search button is dead.

    When I disable ajax, the search part works again.


  • #2
    Re: v10 Grid Search

    Can you give more information.

    What type of grid -Read Only - Updateable.

    Are you using Alpha Sports
    Which table.
    Which fields etc.

    Or post an example on here.



    • #3
      Re: v10 Grid Search

      Thanks for the response, Andy.

      These are grids from my own project - not AlphaSports.

      They are updateable.

      They were developed in version 9, and live preview shows them working in version 10, but when I publish them to the web server, the search function stops working.

      Should I post the Xbasic code?

      Thanks, again.



      • #4
        Re: v10 Grid Search

        Try this
        Open your database
        goto web projects
        goto Edit (top menu)
        Select Update compiled files for Ajax grids
        Select Create new complied files for all ajax grids
        Press Ok ;)



        • #5
          Re: v10 Grid Search

          Thanks, Mauricio. I created a new compiled file for ajax grids. The grid searches still don't work.


          • #6
            Re: v10 Grid Search

            I have narrowed this problem down to a conflict between ajax previously existed on my a5w page for spry accordion menus (developed in Dreamweaver) and the new component ajax in v10.

            Has anyone had a similar issue or know how to resolve?

            My entire site uses the spry menus. I would hate to think that they aren't compatible with v10 ajax.



            • #7
              Re: v10 Grid Search

              Just wanted to say thanks to Selwyn for solving this issue in the latest build.

              It was an issue that the ajax callback was confused by the a5w_include on my page. It was not an issue with the spry menus.

              If you read the notes for the latest build, Selwyn explains how to resolve this issue.

              Great support at Alpha!



              • #8
                Re: v10 Grid Search

                WHY is there not a V10 - Beta forum?

                Nicholas Wieland


                • #9
                  Re: v10 Grid Search

                  Good question too many disscusions about version 10 allready, but maybe the alpha guys want to create some hype (well deserved in this case) or are a little too busy adding those extraordinary features tu v10 ;) anyways I think the v10 forum is needed


                  • #10
                    Re: v10 Grid Search

                    So do I, it doesn't have to be locked.


                    PS - Just did a search on "V10" and there were 176 threads !
                    Last edited by Andy; 07-23-2009, 05:34 AM.