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Javascript Onclick Event

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Is it possible to fire an onclick event that is toggled by a javascript button?

I have a form (purchaseOrderForm) that I can successfully acquire through _IEGetObjByName.

There are buttons within this form that I would like to be able to click, but not by using the mouse (I want to be able to run this script minimized and while I'm doing other work).

Here is an example of one of the buttons I would like to click:

<input type="submit" value="Close ..." onfocus="this.style.borderColor = '#BAE7FF';"onblur="this.style.borderColor = '';"target="_self" onclick="javascript: purchaseOrderForm.action='/main/location/mtrx/mtrx/inventory/purchaseOrderClose/?bAction=1';if(!closePO(purchaseOrderForm)){return false;}purchaseOrderForm.target='_self';purchaseOrderForm.submit(); return false;" class="input-button">

How would I simulate "clicking" that button?


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_IEAction "click"

Dale


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

_IEAction "click"

Dale

You're awesome, I can't believe I didn't think to do that...

So what I did was:

$oPO_Form = _IEFormGetObjByName($Location_Frame, "purchaseOrderForm")
    $elements = _IEFormElementGetCollection($oPO_Form)
    For $element in $elements
        If StringInStr($element.value, "Close ...") > 0 Then
            $closeform = $element
        EndIf
    Next

    _IEAction($closeform, "click")

Thanks again, I did a "facepalm" once I saw your answer.

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