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Hello Experts,
I have 2 different results and I want to display in one <table id=""></table>, at present I am using following two tables for showing the result.
 <table id="listDisplay" style="display:none"></table>            
<table id="listDisplay1" style="display:none"></table>
I have tried using  "listDisplay" for both results but its seems that it is only working for the first ajax response ...

listViewer("#listDisplay" , sQuery);

listViewer("#listDisplay",sViewQuery);

please advice
thanks
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function listViewer(listID, param1)
{
     	$(listID).flexigrid
		({
        		url: 'list_proxy.asp?a=results',       
        		colModel : [                    
                        	{display: ' ', name : 'chkDelete', width : 30, sortable : false, align: 'left'},
					//{display: '<input type="checkbox" name="chkAll" onclick="checkAll(this.checked)"/> All', width : 30},
                        	{display: 'Notes', name : 'notes', width : 50, sortable : false, align: 'left'},
           			{display: 'Contact    ', name : 'pe_rev_name', width : 150, sortable : true, align: 'left'},
                    	{display: 'Compnay Name  ', name : 'co_name', width : 200, sortable : true, align: 'left'},   
                    	{display: 'Flag  ', name : 'action_flag', width : 150, sortable : true, align: 'left'},
                    	{display: 'Group  ', name : 'co_group', width : 200, sortable : true, align: 'left'}                 
        			],
        		buttons : [                             
                         {name: 'Delete', bclass: 'delete', onpress : test},
					//	{name: 'Select All', bclass: 'add', onpress : test},
					//{name: 'DeSelect All', bclass: 'delete', onpress : test}
                                
                  	],                                      
        		sortname: '',
        		sortorder: 'asc',
        		usepager: false,
        		title: 'List Manager - Titles',
        		useRp: true,
        		rp: 1000,
        		query : param1 +'&Fields=ref_no,notes,pe_rev_name,co_name,action_flag,co_group',         
        		showTableToggleBtn: true,                       
        		width: 760,
        		height: 350,
        		onSuccess:function()
	   			{
                		$(".edit_area").editable( 
						function(value, settings) { return(value); }, 
                			{     
							submit    : "OK",
							indicator : "process..........",
							tooltip   : "Click to edit...",
							style  : "inherit",
							callback  : function (value, settings){if ($(this).hasClass('trSelected')){alert('selected');}	}
                			}
					);
				}
        	});

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>>I have tried using  "listDisplay" for both results but its seems that it is only working for the first ajax
Most likely, what is happening is that one result is overwriting the other since both are "written" to #listDisplay, regardless of what the second parameter is. You will need to provide different ids:

 <table id="listDisplay" style="display:none"></table>            
<table id="listDisplay1" style="display:none"></table>

listViewer("#listDisplay" , sQuery);
listViewer("#listDisplay1",sViewQuery);
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just a thought hielo, can we not use one <table class="listDisplay"></table> and use it for different results set?

i mean is this necessary to define 2 separate ids here?
 <table id="listDisplay" style="display:none"></table>            
<table id="listDisplay1" style="display:none"></table>
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>>can we not use one <table class="listDisplay"></table>
ids MUST be unique, not classes. So if you use a class, you could potentially get a reference to multiple elements (<tables> in this case), and you will still need to figure out a way to differentiate between the tables. Using the id is the way to go.
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