"View source" will only show you the original source of the document,
not any later modifications you make to the DOM (e.g., via
Ajax.Updater or any of several other means).  Why does it matter?
What is it you're trying to achieve looking at the source?  If it's
just that you're trying to debug the markup or something, you can use
Firefox with the Firebug[1] add-on, which will show you the current
DOM tree rather than the original source.

[1] http://getfirebug.com/

T.J. Crowder
tj / crowder software / com

On Sep 18, 11:27 pm, Kumar <kumar.k.re...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All -
> I am using prototype Ajax updater. The main intenntion of using
> updater is to show users a loading icon, but in background we are
> making a series webservice calls to wide variety of systems, then
> collabarate all the data to users at one go.
> The page loads and calls ajax updater. Updater inturn updates a div
> tag with a search results. (results are processed in another jsp
> page). Here is the problem. After the entire page gets loaded with
> results, when I see the source I do not see the results grid in the
> source page. I know its just the code that got loaded while making
> ajax calls. How can I induce the code in to the same source file after
> the ajax call.
> Did any one face this issue before. if you have any thoughts, please
> share it across. Please shoot me an email, if you are still not clear
> with the issue.
> Thanks
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