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  • #16
    Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

    Thanks Wolfgang. I'll check this out. I have used the watch event in a different context. Didn't even occur to me here.
    AlphaBase Solutions, LLC


    • #17
      Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

      Originally posted by Peter.Greulich View Post
      Nope. Error message says "Expected ":"
      I had this error for different things, and was going to report it as a bug...but I haven't had it again since then. I've seen others mention the same thing: Expected '":"

      Perhaps people should start reporting this as a bug. It seems to be popping up a lot in the use of Inline-Javascript.
      Stephen Pilon
      Associate Librarian
      Christendom College


      • #18
        Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

        I get that error on occasion too. Usually, at least in in my case, it is because I have an error somewhere in the javascript that has nothing to do with a ':' character. There must be a better way to debug javascript.
        Win 10 64 Development, Win 7 64 WAS 11-1, 2, Win 10 64 AA-1,2, MySql, dbForge Studio The Best MySQL GUI Tool IMHO.


        • #19
          Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

          set the Row refresh method after edits to FullPage, it should work.
          You don't have to fetch the full page there are other options, one is 'RowOnly', which should be all you need. It automatically selects the best method for you by doing AutoSelect for what you need, which might be doing the 'Minimal' option.


          • #20
            Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

            Originally posted by parri2bd View Post
            You don't have to fetch the full page there are other options, one is 'RowOnly', which should be all you need. It automatically selects the best method for you by doing AutoSelect for what you need, which might be doing the 'Minimal' option.
            Sorry, been there, done that.
            RowOnly doesn't work.
            AutoSelect doesn't work.
            AlphaBase Solutions, LLC



            • #21
              Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

              Has anyone figured this one out yet?

              I'm in a similar position where I have checkboxes in the row. Some conditional styling then sets the colours of certain objects in the row, but only after a full page refresh.

              It would be REAL NICE if after submitting the row, the row only was refreshed, so the colours reflected the values.



              • #22
                Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

                I found that setting a second condition 1=1 forcing the row to return to the correct colour was necessary, this only worked for conditional formating on the client side.