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function submitSearch()
            {
                if(validatePSInputFields())
                {
                    reportsPSForm.generateButton.disabled=true;
                    <%
                        PortletURL reportsPSURL=renderResponse.createActionURL();
                        reportsPSURL.setParameter("ACT","reportsPS");
                    %>
                    document.reportsPSForm.action="<%=reportsPSURL.toString()%>";
                    document.reportsPSForm.submit();
                  /*  if(navigator.appName=='Microsoft Internet Explorer'){
                        PaySlipReport = window.open('<%=reportsPSURL.toString()%>','PaySlipReport','WIDTH=800,HEIGHT=500,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes');
                        }
                    else{
                        PaySlipReport = window.open('<%=reportsPSURL.toString()%>','PaySlipReport','WIDTH=800,HEIGHT=500,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes');
                        }PaySlipReport.moveTo(40,40);*/
                   // document.reportsPSForm.submit();
                }
            }
Posted 19-Jul-11 23:11pm
Edited 19-Jul-11 23:23pm
TorstenH.33.8K
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TorstenH. at 20-Jul-11 4:24am
   
I formatted the code.
 
It's a function. Now - what don't you understand? You want us to answer, so please also write some sentences for a precise question

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Solution 1

That one's fairly straightforward. I assume that you have seen this function in a piece of JavaScript written out in a dynamic web page. The parts that are in <%= %> write that particular value to the output. The sections that are between <% %> are methods that are executed in the context of the current page render cycle.
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