We try to create a HTML form with web pages that includes a auto complete box. How can I process the AJAX request in the backend (e.g. if I want to fill the content of the box by a DB query)?

asked 21.08.2012 at 09:40

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For web page elements and AJAX we do have a open source demonstration in the IvySupplements project which shows nicely how to handle Ajax requests. Download the project from Sourceforge.

In the project there is a process named "poll" which implements a simple chat. Use this as base for your own implementation.

If you do not necessarily rely on web page elements in Ivy, we strongly recommend you to use the HTML User Dialogs that were introduced with Xpert.ivy 5.0. They are based on JSF and support AJAX out of the box.

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answered 28.08.2012 at 04:50

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