you are using that api completely inside out. you override getajaxcalldecorator() and make it return one that decorates the script.

if you want some _javascript_ to execute after the ajax response you can also add it into the target

target.appendjavascript(foo)

-Igor


On 8/11/06, Pierre-Yves Saumont <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Hello,

I am trying to customize an AjaxSubmitButton. If a certain condition is
detected in the onSubmit handler, it should trigger my own _javascript_
function. I have tried to do this :

onSubmit(AjaxRequestTarget target, Form form) {
   if (condition) {
     getAjaxCallDecorator().decorateOnSuccessScript("myFunction('a
string')");
   }

The problem is that getAjaxCallDecorator() is always returning null.

So how is it possible to decorate the onSucess script ?

Thanks,

Pierre-Yves


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