Maybe firefox really doesn't record those ajas changes to a page somehow.
And it really goes back in the cache with the intial data that the url did had...

johan


On 7/27/06, Alexei Sokolov <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I'm 100% sure that the model is updated because I can see correct value on the next page. Input is validated too.

Ok, so it is not happening in internet explorer, only in firefox (I tested only those two).

Alex

On 7/27/06, Eelco Hillenius < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Keep in mind that those model changing methods clone you model and
roll back to those old models when the back button is pushed. In my
experience this is rarely what you want, certainly not if you use a
database etc (in which case you would typically get the fresh data
from the database on each call).

I can't really think of what else it might be... Are you absolutely
sure the models are updated with those ajax request? Does the input
validate?

Eelco


On 7/26/06, Alexei Sokolov < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I have small problem with ajaxsubmitlink.
>
> I have a page with a form which can be submitted by either a regular button
> or an ajaxsubmitlink. In onSubmit method of ajaxsubmitlink I update the
> form's model and display updated fields using
> AjaxRequestTarget.addComponent(). Regular button takes the user to another
> page.
> Everything works great, except the following scenario: i click
> ajaxsubmitlink (which updates the form's model) and then click regular
> submit button. From the page displayed I click 'back' button in the browser.
> Now, my form has values which were on it BEFORE I clicked ajaxsubmitlink. I
> decorated model updates with modelChanging/modelChanged calls, what else is
> missing for proper back button functioning?
>
> Thank you,
> Alex
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