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Overriding OnEventEditNode to behave as onEventCreateNode

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  • kittumani
    OnEventEditNode creates inline editing of a node, not sure if there is a way to override the onEventEditNode to behave as onEventCreateNode. Where
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 30, 2008
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      OnEventEditNode creates inline editing of a node, not sure if there is
      a way to override the onEventEditNode to behave as onEventCreateNode.

      Where onEventCreateNode will create a inline textbox.
      The text entered in the box will have to be triggered by a separate
      save button. The resultant node will be sibling text node.
    • kittumani
      Thought i would give it more clarity for the treeview control ... Here is the usecase for the control... 1) select(onclick) an existing text node 2) onclick
      Message 2 of 3 , Oct 30, 2008
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        Thought i would give it more clarity for the treeview control ...
        Here is the usecase for the control...
        1) select(onclick) an existing text node
        2) onclick create new text node button
        3) inline text box is now created and awaiting user input
        4) onclick save new text node .. to save it



        --- In ydn-javascript@yahoogroups.com, "kittumani" <kittumani@...> wrote:
        >
        > OnEventEditNode creates inline editing of a node, not sure if there is
        > a way to override the onEventEditNode to behave as onEventCreateNode.
        >
        > Where onEventCreateNode will create a inline textbox.
        > The text entered in the box will have to be triggered by a separate
        > save button. The resultant node will be sibling text node.
        >
      • Satyam
        There is no onEventCreateNode, there are many kind of nodes you can create and many properties you could set on a newly created node so there is no way an
        Message 3 of 3 , Oct 31, 2008
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          There is no onEventCreateNode, there are many kind of nodes you can
          create and many properties you could set on a newly created node so
          there is no way an onEventCreateNode could possibly satiusfy everyone.
          You can do something like it by:

          in response to clickEvent you get the node
          use that node as the parent to a new node you create, of any type, with
          any options
          call the editNode method on the newly created node

          Satyam


          kittumani wrote:
          > Thought i would give it more clarity for the treeview control ...
          > Here is the usecase for the control...
          > 1) select(onclick) an existing text node
          > 2) onclick create new text node button
          > 3) inline text box is now created and awaiting user input
          > 4) onclick save new text node .. to save it
          >
          >
          >
          > --- In ydn-javascript@yahoogroups.com, "kittumani" <kittumani@...> wrote:
          >
          >> OnEventEditNode creates inline editing of a node, not sure if there is
          >> a way to override the onEventEditNode to behave as onEventCreateNode.
          >>
          >> Where onEventCreateNode will create a inline textbox.
          >> The text entered in the box will have to be triggered by a separate
          >> save button. The resultant node will be sibling text node.
          >>
          >>
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