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By: Joshua Eichorn

Wed, 16 Jul 2008 07:29:39 +0000

James: You have a couple different options, but in every case it amounts to creating custom Open/Load functions. The second parameter to each of the global methods (default: http://svn.bluga.net/HTML_AJAX/trunk/js/Loading) should be a Request object and you could use that for custom loading messages. But if you want loading at the spot of the call i think i would create custom methods for handling the message on the proxy object (or if your not using a proxy on the Request object) proxy.dispatcher.options['Open'] = function() { logic to show message here } proxy.dispatcher.options['Load'] = function() { logic to hide here }



By: James

Wed, 16 Jul 2008 06:19:52 +0000

Hi there, In my web page I have 2 different sections of the page that use AJAX to load information. The trouble i'm having is to work out how to have more than one loading message ('HTML_AJAX_LOADING') in the page. The reason I want this is to have the loading message next to the part that is loading so it doesn;t pop up at the wrong part of the screen. I've done many a web search and poked around but can';t work out how to do it - is there a way round this you'd advise me to follow? thanks



By: PEAR Tutorials | PHP kitchen

Wed, 14 May 2008 20:00:48 +0000

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By: Joshua Eichorn

Tue, 15 Jan 2008 22:58:39 +0000

Oren: HTML_AJAX doesn't support this and you really wouldn't want to do that anyway since making an http request to set a single variable would be horrible slow and inefficient



By: Oren

Tue, 15 Jan 2008 22:57:05 +0000

Is it possible to set php class members without accessing a method. For example: changing the variable $d from the javascript remoteClass.d=4



By: Joshua Eichorn

Mon, 27 Aug 2007 16:03:04 +0000

pfarthing6: The sessions are there because you want to store data in the session. AJAX doesn't get rid of the need of sessions. Things were broken because of PHP5/PHP4 case differences



By: pfarthing6

Sun, 26 Aug 2007 01:20:07 +0000

the working example is broken. Javascript error: remoteHW has no properties. Using FF-2.0.0.6 Also this seems like way too much work and code to just do a simple xmlHTTP request to get some data off of a server and place it somewhere in a document and just shouldn't even need any session vars to do it.



By: Leo

Thu, 19 Jul 2007 09:09:07 +0000

Hi! I found the solution :D Sorry about my stupid question :D To make PEAR work on Windows, you simple need to add the PEAR installation dir (e.g. c:\php\pear) to the include_path directive in your php.ini. Note: There are some classes (like Schedule/At.php), that do not work on Windows, because they use *nix specific commands.



By: Leo

Thu, 19 Jul 2007 07:13:52 +0000

Do I need copy also the directory HTML/AJAX to the same directory I put the webpage? This is the first time I using PEAR. Therefore, I don't know how it works. require_once ‘HTML/AJAX/Server.php’; Will PHP automatically find the place of the request page in PEAR (in this case, the page is Sever.php), or we have to indicate where it is? When I try the example, It doesn't work unless I copy the directory HTML_AJAX to same place will example.



By: Joshua Eichorn

Fri, 08 Jun 2007 16:48:00 +0000

If your using ie6 then the provided line # means nothing. If you use ie7 or firefox you'll get a more reasonable error message. Using .html instead of .php for the helloworld file shouldn't matter since there is no php in that file.