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Can I use onChage event in Netscape 6?

Ashwani Yadav
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Joined: May 23, 2002
Posts: 33
Can I use onChage event in Netscape 6 if yes than I am using it for combo, In that what I have done is on the basis of certain selection I am enabling and disabling the button.
This is working fine in IE but nothing happens in nEtscape 6.
For your reference I am sending my code:
function forEnableDisable()
{
var objForm = document.reports;//"reports" is my form name.
var lsDesValue = objForm.cmbDesFormat.value;
if(lsDesValue=="PDF")
{
objForm.btnPrintReport.disabled=true;//"btnPrintReport" is the name of button which I want to disable.
}
else
{
objForm.btnPrintReport.disabled=false;
}
return true;
}
The above function I am calling from combo,as :
<select name="cmbDesFormat" class="clselectbox" tabindex = "6" size="1" onChange="forEnableDisable();">
Yuriy Fuksenko
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Joined: Feb 02, 2001
Posts: 413
everything fine with onchage event.
But, 1. disable is not working in Netscape, this is IE only attribute.
2. SELECT element does not have "value" property in NS - you should use
 
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