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[dojo] dom query question

[dojo] dom query question

[dojo] dom query question

hi bigsmile

I am kind of new to dojo and I have a weird problem using it ...

My goal is to show some search results.

So I build a store, query it and display the results by adding a new div for each result :

CODE --> javascript

var adresseStore;
function(dom, Memory, domConstruct, query){
  var container = dom.byId("chefDiv")
  adresseStore = new Memory({data:data, idProperty: "myId"});
  adresseStore.query().forEach(function(item, i){
    addRow(item, container)
    // do something with the index
where addRow basically calls

CODE --> javascript

domConstruct.create("div",{...,class: "adresse",...}, container); 

and it works fine thumbsup - i've got something like

CODE --> html

<div id="chefDiv">
  <div class="adresse" ...>...</div>
  <div class="adresse" ...>...</div>

Now, I want to open a window when one clicks on an "adresse" div - I add

CODE --> javascript

query(".adresse").on("click", function(){
// do stuff and open a window
and it still works fine 2thumbsup

Great !!! how about adding a button that will hide non valid results ? let's go :
first add a

CODE --> javascript

query(".sltValide").on("click", function(){
  adresseStore.query({validite:"V"}).forEach(function(item, i){
    addRow(item, container)
    // stuff with i
  }); // foreach
}); // sltValide 
everything displays well, I still have my

CODE --> html

<div id="chefDiv">
  <div class="adresse" ...>...</div>
  <div class="adresse" ...>...</div>
with the data I want to display, I'm happy bigcheeks...

... that is, until I click on a div to open the window ... sadeyes


CODE --> javascript

query(".adresse").on("click", function() 
never fires


CODE --> javascript

doesn't return anything hairpull

anyone has a clue ? orientalbow
i'm stuck :-/

RE: [dojo] dom query question

the answer is to fully qualify the query


query("#chefDiv").on(".adresse:click", function() {
			    // this works as a charm

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