I'm using the tmfBookmarkOrganizer in my SSRM implementation to swap out and style the Folder Rename mechanism. I have the following EventHander in my TMF:
The first js action uses the built-in rdRenameFolder code and the second hides the styled Popup Panel I'm using for the Rename. However, this process takes a second or so before refreshing the Bookmark Organizer so it looks to the user like nothing has happened. How can I add a Wait Panel to this process?
I have the same issue with an EventHandler/styled Popup for the Rename Bookmark mechanism in the goShared > sharedTitleWithRename >>> PopupOption using a Popup Panel with an EventHandler:
document.getElementById("lblBookmarkCaption").childNodes.nodeValue = document.getElementById("txtEditBookmarkDescription").value;" Validate="True" />
Same issue - How do I inject a Wait Panel into the process?
Here are the details of Logi's response:
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The syntax to include the Wait Panel is best identified by building an Action.Refresh Element that mimics the content you would like to include and then copy its content from the resulting HTML page.
The following scab rdAjaxRequestWithFormVars should provide an idea of how the Wait Panel object is included/determined:
rdAjaxRequestWithFormVars('rdAjaxCommand=RefreshElement&rdRefreshElementID=divDataTable&rdReport=Sample','true','',true,null,null,[' Please Wait...','rdThemeWaitPanel','rdThemeWaitCaption']);0
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