[Seaside] form submit button and both onClick + callback

Cyril Ferlicot D. cyril.ferlicot at gmail.com
Sat Nov 12 13:57:57 UTC 2016

On 12/11/2016 05:22, Petr Fischer wrote:
> Hello, 
> I have simple submit button in my form, but I want both onClick (browser side javascript) and callback (server side smalltalk form submit code) to be called.
> In the onClick, I want to just simply disable submit button (user can't click twice), like:
> onClick: (JSStream on: '$("#submitButton").prop("disabled", "true");
> But then (when onClick is defined), callback: is not executed.
> Is it a bug? Any trick? Thanks! pf
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The classic callback will refresh the page, so you do not want to use it
I guess because if you want the page to refresh, you don't need to
disable the button.

What you can do is:

  bePush; "You do not want a submit button since you do not want the
page to refresh"
  id: #myId;
  onClick: (html jQuery ajax
    callback: [ … ];
    onSuccess: (JSStream on: '$("#myId").prop("disabled", "true");');
	with: 'Submit'

Be careful, this will not activate the callbacks of your form. You can
do it this way:

  id: #myId;
  onClick: (html jQuery ajax
    callback: [ … ];
    onSuccess: (JSStream on: '$("#myId").prop("disabled", "true"););
	with: 'Submit'

You also have the onComplete: and onError: methods depending of what you

I hope this help you :)

Have a good day!

Cyril Ferlicot


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59650 Villeneuve d'ascq France

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