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Calling ActionBean of Stripes using Ajax - Prototype.

 
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Hi,

I am working on stripes and currently I am having requirement of submitting a form using AJAX - with Prototype . But while doing this I am getting below Exception.



In my form I've save and cancel events on the "onClick" event. But the The reason behind using Ajax is that I want to check that whether my form is dirty or not whenever user click outside the page. At that time I need to check my form and if it is dirty then need to give
confirmationBox and if user clicks YES then need to submit the form and unsaved changes. But I am failing to pass the particular event with AJAX.

My code is :

Another attempt is :

Now if I remove line and just pass the argument manually like

then the defaultHandler of my ActionBean is being called successfully. But I want to pass a form to a specific method. Here that method is callFromAjax().

Please guide me if you are getting my problem.
 
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Sorry for getting late to reply...

Actually I found the solution and I am posting this so that any one else who is facing this problem, can get the idea.

The thing was very simple, you must have one submit button to prevent this situation and in my I was using only images for performing actions. So I just put Submit buttons and set images for that to get the same look and feel as per my old JSP. After that I could able to distinguish between each action.

Thanks for viewing this.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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