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datapagesize property is not working

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The following code will not increase the number of records in the table staffTable:
The table ID is "staffTable" with an attribute of datapagesize="3". Trying to increase the size of the table to include all the records in a table. The functions staffTable.firstPage() works, but not setting the property datapagesize=999999.

 <p>
        <button onclick="staffTable.datapagesize=999999;
                           staffTable.firstPage()">Show All</button>
        <button onclick="staffTable.datapagesize=3">Show Pages</button>
</p>
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Question by:jbotts
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Could you try alert dataPageSize first? BTW do you get a JavaScript error?

<button onclick="alert(staffTable.dataPageSize); staffTable.datapagesize=999999;
                           staffTable.firstPage()">Show All</button>
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Try changing datapagesize to dataPageSize...
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bluV11t:
Neither of the suggestions worked.
jbotts
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How many records are there? Have you tried setting it to f.ex. 20? Maybe you cannot set it higher than max number of records...
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You could also try

document.getElementById('staffTable').datapagesize=999;
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Actually I tried this again and it worked.
Thanks,
Jim Botts
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