I think you can do a selector like ".pagination a" if you only have pagination links and ".pagination select" if you have a drop down.
Personally I would probably save to the collection on field changes. I think it would be a tad easier and better performance even though there would be a lot of chatter back and forth.
Glad to hear from you... In regards to this, I coded up a simple dynamic action to try and display an alert when the tabular form pagination control is clicked...
Selection Type: jQuery Selector
jQuery Selector: $(".pagination select")
Alert does not fire....
Tony, couple of things.
Since you used a Dynamic action the jQuery Selector should simply be:
Because the $() will be added by the DA.
Also, for the anchors/links you need a click, but for the select you need a "Change" event I think.
PS. if it still doesn't fire... then make sure your template is adding all the pagination stuff with a class of pagination. It could be using something different.
Changed the selector, and it does allow me to attach to the click..
I MIGHT have lucked out since the client LOVES Excel, they might want to just display all rows instead of doing pagination, depends on the # of rows...
I am REALLY looking forward to APEX 5.1 now....