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EP6 using IE page load event

What event can I look for that will fire after the page has been formatted?

Using Internet Explorer on Enterprise Portal release 6. Code is a mix of jsp, html and javascript referencing a bean containing the table data.

I have built a script that will reconfigure an html table into one which uses scrollbars/sliders but it must run after the loader has determined the column widths. I have tested using a button and the code works fine but have not been able to find an event which fires late enough for the column widths to be set.

I tried using the htmlb table but scrolling by page method is not desirable for this application. Do not want the overhead of sending requests to the server every time the user wants to adjust position within the table.

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  • Posted on Jul 27, 2004 at 10:50 AM

    which event?

    client? onBodyload?

    server? Abstractportalcomponent, DynPage?

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    • Former Member Oliver Stiefbold

      read it, used it, was helpful in getting the values and referencing the objects. Would like to see more articles like it.

      Have not used an isolated iview. My end goal is to have multiple tables on the same page which the user can then scroll up or down to align as desired. The entries are lists of similar items from three different databases. Single entry from user generates three different lists. Don't really want to go into the problem of syncronizing three iviews

      I could count the number of rows but this does not keep everything in a window that will fit on the typical display.

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