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Annie
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Annie asked on 28 Jul 2010, 04:11 PM

Hello,

I would like to try using the CompositeScript functionality provided by the RadScriptManager. However, I'm having difficulty trying to pass in the parameters that I would need in the javascript in order to do to.   For example, for the RadNumericTextBox OnValueChaging event, we defined the javascript function to call:

txtAmount.ClientEvents.OnValueChanging = "price_changing";

In the RadScriptBlock, I have the following function:

function price_changing(sender, args) {
var strOldValue = args.get_oldValue().toString().replace("$",""); // 0.00
var strNewValue = args.get_newValue().toString().replace("$", ""); // 0.00
var totalfee = parseFloat(document.getElementById("<%= lblTotalFee.ClientID %>").innerText.replace("$", ""));
if (run_update && (strOldValue != strNewValue)) {
var grid = $find('<%= grdFee.ClientID %>');
.....


In order to move the script block into a seperate .JS file, I need to replace "<%= lblTotalFee.ClientID %>" with a variable I can pass into the javascript function. (Or the "<%= grdFee.ClientID %>").

 

There seems to be no way of doing that, I cannot specify parameters in the ClientEvents.OnValueChanging event.


One way might solve it is to upgrade to .NET 4 (We use .NET 3.5 now), then use the ClientIDMode property, so we can always expect a static ID.  But I'm looking for another option. 
 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks,

Annie

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answered on 03 Aug 2010, 07:05 AM
Hi Annie,

You can register a client side variable declaration from the server. The variable will contain the client ID of your label or grid:

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string script = String.Format("var  lblTotalFee = '{0}';", lblTotalFee.ClientID);
RadScriptManager.RegisterClientScriptBlock(Page, typeof(Page), "lblTotalFeeId", script, true);

Now your javascript knows that the client ID of the TotalFee label is kept in a global variable named lblTotalFeeId. A simple $get(lblTotalFeeId) should get you the label.

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Veli
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