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JavaScript EXPAND/Collapse Table Row

 
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Hello friends,

I was just wondering if anybody have idea for doing Expand/collapse using JavaScript, and at the core we are using Struts action class that is responsible for rendering the result back..

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Chi
 
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You want to change the display property of the row.

Eric
 
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Hi Eric,

nope, I want to display the result, once you click on the expand button '+', you will be able to see the other row already being processed by the struts..

so in nutshell when i must be able to display the result of the struts (which is a row from the table) as i received the click(expand) from the GUI.

i hope its somewhat better ?? any idea

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Chintan
 
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JavaScript and the server can not work like a Client Windows/Java application. The server and the Client are execute in two different areas. You either need to post back the entire page to load the data or you need to sit down and learn Ajax.

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