On Fri, 08 Feb 2008 13:23:48 +0300, Richard Quadling  

> On 08/02/2008, artemy tregoubenko <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> My site will respond with 503 http code while in maintenance. I want to
>> handle this response in ajax requests. Prototype's onXYZ ajax handlers
>> suit perfectly for this task. Except for one thing: these handlers  
>> aren't
>> called when specified in Ajax.Responders, so I will have to include them
>> in every request. This is highly inconvenient : (
>> This problem can be easily solved with just one extra line in
>> respondToReadyState (patch applied, and I can post it in trac too), but
>> this requires code to be included in core prototype, as handling the
>> situation in custom wrapper isn't too easy.
>> Are there objections against supporting onXYZ handlers in  
>> Ajax.Responders?
>> --
>> arty ( http://arty.name )
> I've already submitted a more encompassing patch to allow onXYZ and
> still allow onSuccess/onFailure.
> http://dev.rubyonrails.org/ticket/9690

Great! Though I'm not sure that existence of onXYZ responder should cancel  
onSuccess/onFailure, as this creates multiple ambiguities/problems you've  
noted in comments to that issue.

arty ( http://arty.name )

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