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javascript search control by partial name

Posted on 2009-04-08
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I am using javascript and asp.net. I have control by id "txtFirstName" inside template in the grid. aspnet wraps this control by id "ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_txtFirstName". I have many pages and multiple templates in my web app. I am looking for solution as to give "txtFirstName" as paarameter to the javascript function and thefunction should find the control with in the page. In this case it is "ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_txtFirstName".
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Question by:ammarg52
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frm = window.document.form1

for ( var f = 0; f < frm.elements.length; ++f )
{
// get one element
var ele = frm.elements[f];
// see if it is one of our txtFirstName element
      if ( ele.name.substring(ele.name.length - 12) == "txtFirstName" )
      {
            // code...
      }
}
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var hiddenControl = '<%= txtFirstName.ClientID %>';
        document.getElementById(hiddenControl).value=assign new value

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