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Correct way to implement JQuery ajax? [message #102418] Tue, 13 July 2010 13:17 Go to previous message
rob.davidson84  is currently offline rob.davidson84
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Hi,

Im no sure if the way im going about it is the right way.

Im planning on modifiying existing actions that already work in php to include ajax rather than writing a new action solely for ajax? Is this bad pratice?

I am using symfony 1.4 with doctrine.


javascript file

strData = $('#customerUpdateBarcode').serialize()+'&ajax=true';  //parses the data fields

strURL = $('#customerUpdateBarcode').attr('action'); //get the url to post data to

$.ajax({
type: "POST",
url: strURL,
async: false,
data: strData,
success: function(msg) 
{
	// output the array of saved barcodes
	alert(msg);
}
});



And in the action function it will look for $_REQUEST['ajax'] and carry out a modified output (namely an array of modified barcodes and/or some with errors for user feedback)



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