2 Replies Latest reply: Dec 7, 2012 6:53 AM by Patrick Wolf-Oracle RSS

    Can't Trap Radio Button Change after 4.2 Upgrade

    Joe Upshaw
      Under 4.1, we had a Dynamic Action using a jQuery selector on Change of table.radiogroup.

      This would fire whenever the end user clicked a radio button and, thus, changed the value. It also fired on Page Load.

      Under 4.2, it simply doesn't fire. Even if I remove all JS and just put an alert, the event is no longer being fired. I have confirmed that it is still table with class of "radiogroup" So; "table.radiogroup" should still work as my jQuery selector. By the way, I also tried Clicked and GetFocus but, none of these would fire either.

      -Joe
        • 1. Re: Can't Trap Radio Button Change after 4.2 Upgrade
          Joe Upshaw
          Answered my own question. For the benefit of others, in 4.1 the class name was "radiogroup". In 4.2, this has been changed to "radio_group"

          sample snippet of generated HTML:
          <table summary="" role="presentation" class="radio_group">"
          ...
          {code}
          -Joe                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
          • 2. Re: Can't Trap Radio Button Change after 4.2 Upgrade
            Patrick Wolf-Oracle
            Hi Joe,

            why don't you just register the change/click event for your page item? Why do you use the table as parent object? You only have to specify the page item name and you are done.

            Regards
            Patrick
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