Hi Folks,

I'm pretty sure that I'm going to be told to go back to school here,
but I've wasted a whole morning trying to figure this out - now it's
time to ask the experts.

I've simplified my code here to demonstrate what I'm trying to do:

var buildPage = {};
buildPage = Class.create();
buildPage.prototype =
  initialize: function() {
    this.rowTemplate = '<tr>...'
    this.rs = [];
  },// initialize

 _getData : function() {//using AJAX to grab a JSON array from the
server and store it in this.rs
_parseTemplate : function() {//write data to screen then add event
 $$('.editable').invoke('observe', 'mouseover',function(e){e.element
 $$('.editable').invoke('observe', 'mouseout',function(e){e.element
 $$('.editable').invoke('observe', 'click', function(e)
{this._editField.bindAsEventListener(this, e) });

_editField : function(e) {
//Inject <INPUT> field

My problem is with this line:

$$('.editable').invoke('observe', 'click', function(e)
{this._editField.bindAsEventListener(this, e) });

At runtime, I always get the message that this._editField is not a
function, no matter how I try the binding.  The only way I can get
this to work is to initiate the class (var a = new buildPage) than
call c._editField from within the function - but that's not much good
when I come to re-use it.

Can someone explain to me what's going on here - I'm stumped.

Many thanks


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