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Old June 12th, 2004, 01:20 PM
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i am using asp.net and i have many server button controls
i need to submit to certain one using jscript ...
is that possible????

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Old June 12th, 2004, 05:46 PM
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Hello,

It might be possible, although could you elaborate more... what exactly do you need to do? I'm not quite sure I understand.

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excuse me what do u mean by submit to certain one?!

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You can fire a certain button simply by calling its "click()" method.

<asp:button id="cmdSave" runat="server" />

<script language="javascript">
   Form1.cmdSave.click();
</script>

Just be aware of the name of the button. If the form is not the default form name (Form1) or the button is actually part of a user control you'll need to use another method for getting the name of the button. I try to be consistant and use the server control's .ClientID property to get the ASP.NET generated client-side ID for the control and then use the getElementById() method in the javascript. As a result you'll have to manipulate the client-side javascript with server code.

<script language="javascript">
   document.getElementById('<control.ClientID goes here>').click();
</script>





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