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    Multiple ajax callbacks problem??

    Hi All,

    I have two ajax callbacks. Those are callback1,callback2 but here callback2 is executing before callback1 get complete.Here I want to execute callback2 after callback1 completes.

    If I put alert in callback1(callback1 executing completely then callback2 is starting...)..Its giving result properly.

    Please help me out..


    Re: Multiple ajax callbacks problem??

    Try this:

    Function callback1 as c (e as p)
        ''xbasic code...
    End Function
    AlphaBase Solutions, LLC

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      Re: Multiple ajax callbacks problem??

      Thank you for your reply.But it is not working.If I put like above callback2 is not getting call.


        Re: Multiple ajax callbacks problem??

        Strange. It works for me.
        AlphaBase Solutions, LLC

        [email protected]


          Re: Multiple ajax callbacks problem??

          You need to complete the first callback and call the second callback in a javascript return to the browser. The method shown below is a normal function call and so no different than putting the xbasic from both callbacks in the same function.
          Steve Wood
          See my profile on IADN


            Multiple ajax callbacks problem??

            Still I am suffering from this issue.Please help me out..



              Re: Multiple ajax callbacks problem??

              Here is a typical example. The button fires the callback deleteRecord. That function totally completes and then returns javascript to the browser in the very last line. That javascript is going to be either OPTION1 or OPTION2 (as I marked them below). If it is OPTION1, that tells the browser to fire callback deleteRecord2. This way they will happen in sequence. If you were using Alpha Anywhere (AKA V12) there are other methods to sequence events. The code in green is what you are looking for.

              function deleteRecord as c (e as p)

              dim jscmd as c
              jscmd = <<%js%
              var answer = confirm('OK to delete the record?');
              if(answer == true)
              {grid.Object}.ajaxCallback('G',{Grid.RowNumber},'deleteRecord2','','_getData=true'); //OPTION1
              } else {
              alert('Process aborted.'); //OPTION2

              deleteRecord = jscmd

              end function

              function deleteRecord2 as c (e as p)

              ' do something else here

              end function
              Steve Wood
              See my profile on IADN