//You can process the document here
Thanks Tommy, this was the only thing that worked for me. I found I needed to add a test first to see if the value was an array, otherwise the browser would toss up an error:
This is a bug, see my Blogitem
The really problem is the target node of dijit widjet.
Now work weel!
Glad you liked the code.
The community pronounces it YOU - NID most of the time; however if you talk to anyone from Lotus/Westford/Product Dev, they all pronounce it UN-ID, like the beginning of "under" and "id" like Id and Ego - so UN-id.
Just like ACL when referring to Notes/Domino is called "ACK-LE", but when talking about your knee it's "AY-CEE-EL"
And of course, my favorite:
the little triangle thingy in the upper right of a database "chicklet" (another "official" word!) - IOW the big db icon - on the workspace, where you change the replica, is called the "hinky minky". Mussie Shore named it this many, many, many years ago. In fact it is still referred to as Hinky Minky in quite a lot of the documentation. :)
I simulated something for you, please review solution.jpg, I will reply you accordingly.
You could use the request/sessionscope to set values you want to appear on your components. If the components value somehow is calculated in a partial refresh you should consider changing the design of your custom control. But to give you a reasonable answer I would like to know first what sort of control you are creating.. Why does it need this 'partial refresh'.?