- Dec 3, 2007On Monday 03 December 2007 00:53, Satyam wrote:
> It is better to place the query arguments in the configuration"Better" suggests there's an alternative.
> options of the DataTable constructor, in the fourth argument
> var myDataTable = newThat won't happen. This is not a database-backed application: there is
> In that way, if you reuse the DataSource for server-side paging,
> sorting or just refreshing the data from the database,
no paging and never will be any.
> the URL storedBut in my case it is fixed and there will only ever be one request.
> in the DataSource does not include the arguments for an initial
> request, which might not be suitable for further requests.
> Besides,The server is a Grails applicatino, and it handles POST without
> if you use POST requests, having the URL split like this will put the
> arguments in the post data. Nevertheless, I'm surprised that you
> won't get the arguments on the server side. Where you looking for
> them along the post data? They wouldn't be there even if you set the
> connection to post because you explicitly placed them in the query
> SatyamRandall Schulz
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