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I am having scrollable table whose rows are not editable. This table is in first half of screen. The bottom half of screen displays detail with respect to each row. So say i click on row 1 the bottom screen gets refreshed with details of row1.
When i am clicking a row i am getting javascript error "object expected". Can anyone help me out...i am putting my piece of code below...

<script>

func A()
{
document.form1.offerid.value = val;
clickLink('hiddenLink');
}

function clickLink(linkId)
{
var fireOnThis = document.getElementById(linkId)
if (document.createEvent)
{
var evObj = document.createEvent('MouseEvents')
evObj.initEvent( 'click', true, false )
fireOnThis.dispatchEvent(evObj)
}
else if (document.createEventObject)
{
fireOnThis.fireEvent("onclick") ---> line which javascript errors out
}
}
</script>



<h:form id="form1">
<input type="hidden" name="offerid" />
<t:commandLink id="hiddenLink" forceId="true" style="display:none; visibility: hidden;" action="#{TestBean.openClickOffer}"/>
</h:form>
 
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I dont see where you are calling function A()???
 
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funcA() is called by some third party javascript. The issue is not with it but with function clickLink(linkId)
 
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Which version of JSF are you using ?? I read somewhere that for h:commandLink, onclick is present in JSF version 1.2, but not 1.1.
 
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I have resolved the issue. I was using tomahawk component which was creating javascript issue. Thanks Divya for your help.
 
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