$$() uses CSS selectors, so you must pass in a CSS rule. Try this:
$$('a.classProjectsEditA').invoke('observe', 'click', editProjectRecord);

-Hector


On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 8:47 AM, BrentNicholas <brentnicho...@gmail.com>wrote:

>
> Hello all,
>
> I found that the getElementsByClassName had been depricated so I'm
> trying to use $$ as was suggested. I'm a bit stuck though.
>
> The goal is to have clicking on any link with a class of
> 'classProjectsEditA' and have it trigger the function
> editProjectRecord. After that I'll get the id of the record.
>
> script:
> does not work
> idProjectListTBL.$$('classProjectsEditA').invoke("observe", "click",
> editProjectRecord);
>
> does not work either
> $$('classProjectsEditA').invoke("observe", "click",
> editProjectRecord);
>
>
> html:
> <table id="idProjectListTBL">
> <tr class="classProjectsEditTR">
> <td>
> <a class="classProjectsEditA" id="#PROJECT_NUMBER#"
> href="##">#PROJECT_NUMBER#</a>
> </td>
>
> notes:
> 1) I tried to make it trigger with 'classProjectsEditTR', but this
> didn't work either.
>
> 2) The function 'editProjectRecord' only contains an alert for now, so
> that's not failing.
>
> Thoughts?
>
> Thanks for your time,
> Brent
> >
>

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