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Getting OnRowSelect to perform postback using JQuery
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John asked on 09 Nov 2010, 06:14 PM
Hi, im trying to make it so that when i select an element on the grid, an html.hidden value is set to the selected row's value, and then i want the form to be submitted so that some elements on the screen are saved and others are updated. Im not sure if this is a telerik problem or a jquery problem. This is what i have for the telerik grid:

            <% Html.Telerik().Grid<WasteStreamGenerator>("GeneratedWaste")
                   .DataKeys(keys => keys.Add(c => c.Id))
                   .Columns(columns =>
                                    columns.Bound(t => t.Id).Visible(false);
                                    columns.Bound(t => t.WasteType.IsNos).Title("N/D");
                                    columns.Bound(t => t.WasteType.ShippingName).Title("Shipping Name");
                                    columns.Bound(t => t.WasteType.WasteCode.WasteCodeCode).Title("Waste Code");
                                    columns.Bound(t => t.WasteType.Pin).Title("TDGA/PIN");
                                    columns.Bound(t => t.WasteType.Class).Title("Class");
                                    columns.Bound(t => t.PackingGroup.PackingGroupCode).Title("Packing Group");
                                    columns.Bound(t => t.HandlingCode.Id).Title("Handling Code");
                                    columns.Bound(t => t.SourceQuantity).Title("Quantity");
                                    columns.Bound(t => t.Unit.UnitCode).Title("Unit");
                   .ClientEvents(events => events.OnRowSelect("onRowSelect"))

and this is my onRowSelect function:

        function onRowSelect(e) {
            var row = e.row;

Now the function is being called, and when i use firebug to trace it, it goes through all of the elements, but the post doesnt happen. Is there anything that i can do to get this behaviour?

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Atanas Korchev
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answered on 10 Nov 2010, 08:17 AM
Hi John,

 I am not sure that the submit() jQuery function will actually submit the form. You can calling the DOM submit method instead:


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