[Seaside] updating the contents of a div as a side effect ofaliveCallback..

Ron Teitelbaum Ron at USMedRec.com
Thu Feb 1 00:48:23 UTC 2007

Ramon, Michel,

I really like the Async code, I'm using it and it works great.  I have them
both loaded and I'm not having any trouble with it so I may use pieces of
both.  Also I have to say that having Michel as a resource has been

Thanks Michel!

Ron Teitelbaum

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ramon Leon
> Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 1:47 PM
> > It seems to be that you're not able to do this directly care
> > of a message I saw from Michel a while back, but I can't find
> > it now.. and it also seems to be I saw code that did
> > something like this, but I'm having
> >   a brain fart and can't seem to locate anything relevant..
> >
> > Anyway, I've got div mixed in with other stuff on a page and
> > when a button is pressed I get a liveCallback block running..
> > I was hoping that I could update the contents of the div at
> > that point but Seaside is complaining (likely because it's
> > not allowed)..  So, if this is not allowed in that manner,
> > I'm sure someone else has written code that does the same
> > sort of stuff -- how did you achieve it?  Or perhaps my code
> > is just naughty..
> >
> > As usual-- many thanks in advance!
> I'd help you out, but frankly I don't use SeasideAsync, I think
> Scriptaculous is a much better and more composeable framework for doing
> this
> sort of thing.  IMHO using SeasideAsync is like using the old renderer, a
> no
> no.  You should consider switching.
> Ramon Leon
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