jquery handlers/data recreating after dom destroy

how can I recreate handlers after they are destroyed. I have atable wrapped in update panel. when it does a partial postback the dom is destroyed. how can i recreate it. new to jquery.

$(window).load(function() {
   
        $('input[id^="txtquantity"]').each(function() {
            $(this).keyup(function() {

                if (String($(this).val()).length < 3) return false;
                $("#dialog_confirm").html('You are adding a quantity of ' + $(this).val() + ', is this amount correct?');
                var id = this.id;

                $("#dialog_confirm").dialog({
                    resizable: false,
                    height: 130,
                    modal: true,
                                buttons: {
                        Yes: function() {
                        // do something if the user accepts
                           
                        $(this).dialog("close");
                           
                        },
                        No: function() {
                            // do something if the user does not accept
                            $("#" + id).val("0");
                            $(this).dialog("close");
                        }
                    }
                });
            });
        });
    });
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JPJ78Commented:
use .live to bind events instead.
"$('input[id^="txtquantity"]').each(function() { $(this).keyup(function() {"
becomes
$('input[id^="txtquantity"]').live('keyup',function(){"


the .live rebinds when the DOM is changed.
$(window).load(function() {   
        $('input[id^="txtquantity"]').live('keyup', function() {

                if (String($(this).val()).length < 3) return false;
                $("#dialog_confirm").html('You are adding a quantity of ' + $(this).val() + ', is this amount correct?');
                var id = this.id;

                $("#dialog_confirm").dialog({
                    resizable: false,
                    height: 130,
                    modal: true,
                                buttons: {
                        Yes: function() {
                        // do something if the user accepts
                            
                        $(this).dialog("close");
                            
                        },
                        No: function() {
                            // do something if the user does not accept
                            $("#" + id).val("0");
                            $(this).dialog("close");
                        }
                    }
                });
        });
    });

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worked out great thanks
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