> The section of the online book about this says the lambda in the
>> selectable should be a redirect; when it was, I still got 2 requests, but
>> the second had an added var w/ the selected IDs.
> The book doesn't say the callback should do a redirect -- that's just an
> example. In any case, if your callback doesn't do a redirect, then the grid
> code itself will do a redirect back to the original URL. This is by design
> (maybe so reloading the page or leaving and returning don't trigger a
> browser warning and subsequent re-posting of the selected rows).
Also, in case the selectable callback modifies or deletes any records,
reloading the grid ensures it will be displaying up-to-date data.
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