Not really. Ajax.Request makes a request to the server and gets the response (if any) within itself. It doesn't update anything on the page or the page itself unless you create a method to do that and invoke that method inside one of its callback functions (onComplete, onSuccess, that sort of thing).

Walter


On Mar 26, 2010, at 11:58 AM, stupakov wrote:

My understanding is that Ajax.Request renders a new webpage using the
server response, whereas Ajax.Updater updates page elements.

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