Is there a way to run an ajax call on submit?  Is there anything special you need to do?
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Ray PaseurCommented:

Why would you do that?  It's already a "submit."  An AJAX call is a submit - these are duplicate events and only one is needed.

Maybe if you can tell us a little more about what you're trying to accomplish we can suggest a more standard design pattern.

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rgranlundAuthor Commented:
Oh, I see what you mean!  I was not thinking about it in the correct manner.  Thanks , Ray.
Ray PaseurCommented:
[[ Lightbulb Goes On ]] :-)

Thanks for the points.  Sounds like you got it - both of these events are HTTP requests to a server.  The only difference is whether you ask the browser to show you a new page or just a part of the existing page.
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