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    How to use controller from VIEW?


    hi there,
    How to use controller from VIEW?
    Of course i can do it via the direct source code, my question is that: is there anywhere in the configuration panel where i can just select a controller and an action for let say an Submit button on my form?

    thanks.
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    I believe you can get there using the 'Basic Event Binding' behavior. Probably just as easy to create your controller and configure it to listen to your controls event manually.

    I'm trying to figure my way through all of this as well so play around with this but I could be off.

    Hope that helps
    JB

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerry_hokh View Post
    hi there,
    How to use controller from VIEW?
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