Using eValid to look for a DOM element on an AJAX app

Applying eValid to AJAX applications that require advanced DOM-based methods.

Using eValid to look for a DOM element on an AJAX app

Postby HLAnders » Thu Sep 06, 2018 1:33 pm

Good Afternoon.

What kind of data structure is retrievable by eValid from a DOM element?

This is important due to the app we have is an AJAX one.

Thanks
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Re: Using eValid to look for a DOM element on an AJAX app

Postby eValid » Fri Sep 07, 2018 9:10 am

HLAnders wrote:Good Afternoon.

What kind of data structure is retrievable by eValid from a DOM element?

This is important due to the app we have is an AJAX one.

Thanks


Great question to post HLAnders.

We assume that you mean the commands that eValid has to read DOM content:

http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... ation.html

The simple answer is "strings".

The DOM element is always structured as a set of named strings and what eValid's ValueGetElement command does is extract the string stored there and put it into the internal "ElementValue" string.

You can output that string in a variety of ways, as described in the manual page above.


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