[Glass] How to ensure onSuccess: is sent

Paul DeBruicker pdebruic at gmail.com
Mon May 10 14:27:56 PDT 2021

The onSuccess not being called should be a javascript error, not seaside as
its jQuery in the browser that triggers it.  Right?

What happens if you replace your onSuccess: script with 

onSuccess: 'console.log("startSuccess");', aScript,


What happens if you change it to

  onSuccess: ((html jQuery id: 'fieldId') load html: [:h | 1 halt ])


Can you always render the search result div or could it contain an error
that messes up the onSuccess: javascript function? 

What version of jQuery are you running and have they fixed any bugs in it in
any more up to date versions? 

GLASS mailing list wrote
> Submit form conflicts were a problem in the past. I've replaced all the
> buttons on that view with anchors that look like buttons in order to avoid
> the enter key default action. But that is a good point: I'll double check
> that I not missed one.
> Here is a little bit more information...  self onKeyPress: ( (JSStream 
> on: '(window.event ? window.event.keyCode : event.which) == 13') then:
> (canvas jQuery ajax  callback: aBlock value: canvas jQuery this value;
> onBeforeSend: (JSStream on: 'console.log("onBeforeSend")'); onSuccess:
> aScript; onComplete: (JSStream on: 'console.log("complete")')))
> ...using this code I always see the 'onBeforeSend' in the log, and the
> callback is always triggered, but 'complete' is never displayed (I was not
> using onComplete: ... just a curiosity). I also have console.log() code in
> the onSuccess: script and it is consistent with the refresh rendering.
> i.e. it is not a case of the (html jQuery id: 'divToBeRefreshed') load
> html: [:r | ...] ) being sent but not happening. The success script is
> just not happening. 
> Is there a place I can insert a trace for the callback result code? 
> Although I would think that a bad callback result would show the same
> symptom on a single gem configuration as well, which it does not.
> Bob
>     On Monday, May 10, 2021, 03:16:15 p.m. EDT, jtuchel--- via Glass <

> glass at .gemtalksystems

> > wrote:  
>   Bob, 
>   two questions out of the blue: 
>    - did you make sure the ajax request is a success in all cases (HTTP
> 200)?
>    - sounds a bit like the submit event of a surrounding form might
> sometimes get in your way. Is that possible? Are you sure it is not the
> case?
> Maybe both are completely pointless, just brainstorming
> Joachim 
>   Am 10.05.21 um 20:21 schrieb Bob Nemec via Glass:
>    I've posted this question on the PharoJS Seaside forum and on
> stackoverflow, asking about onSuccess: not working correctly after a
> callback. In a text input field, if the user presses the [Enter] key we
> run this code... 
>     html jQuery ajax         callback: [:value | self doSearchWith: value]
> value: html jQuery this value;
>           onSuccess: ((html jQuery id: 'fieldId') load html: [:h | ...div
> to be rendered after search... ])
>   The intermittent symptom is that the user enters a value, presses
> [Enter]. The entered value reverts back to the previous value and the
> search result does not change. At first I thought the problem was that the
> onSuccess: script was being sent before the callback, but, after reading
> the gem logs more carefully, the problem turns out to be that the
> onSuccess: script is not run at all. The only place I run multiple web
> servers is in our GS + HAProxy setup. There is never a problem with one
> gem or in VW.
>   If I add 'async: false' then the onSuccess: script always runs. But
> while the callback is running, the user sees no feedback. For most user
> actions I show a busy gif and a 10% opaque overlay. Neither of those work
> with 'async: false' because all display rendering held up.  
>   Any suggestions for how I can ensure a onSuccess: script runs after a
> callback?  
>   I understand that onSuccess: depends on the HTTP response code, but the
> callback action is always successful.  
>  Thanks for any help, Bob Nemec    
>   _______________________________________________
> Glass mailing list

> Glass at .gemtalksystems

> https://lists.gemtalksystems.com/mailman/listinfo/glass
>  -- 
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Objektfabrik Joachim Tuchel          mailto:

> jtuchel@

> Fliederweg 1                         http://www.objektfabrik.de
> D-71640 Ludwigsburg                  http://joachimtuchel.wordpress.com
> Telefon: +49 7141 56 10 86 0         Fax: +49 7141 56 10 86 1
>  _______________________________________________
> Glass mailing list

> Glass at .gemtalksystems

> https://lists.gemtalksystems.com/mailman/listinfo/glass
> _______________________________________________
> Glass mailing list

> Glass at .gemtalksystems

> https://lists.gemtalksystems.com/mailman/listinfo/glass

Sent from: http://forum.world.st/GLASS-f1460844.html

More information about the Glass mailing list