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Thread: multiple Controller Actions can not reference existing function

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    great! Can we have that?
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    Yes, I think that's reasonable.

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    Any workaround for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by motilio View Post
    Any workaround for this?
    Create another function that does all the work you want for example

    doSomething

    Then in the event bindings invoke that method
    this.doSomething()
    Aaron Conran
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