I’ve implemented select all functionality as mentioned in one of the answers in this forum.
But when i have large data and i am doing using this it will stop my browser and show me “Unresponsive script error”.
Is there any inbuilt option that i can use directly without programatically.
It causes and this issue because when i check any of the checkbox it will fire checkChange event for two time. is there any solutions to prevent this?
because it will increasing looping so application go in unresponsive state.
your help is highly appreciated.
- This topic was modified 5 years, 4 months ago by mihirs.
I found root cause for this problem.
When i have huge amount of data and i fire checkcheange event for checkboxes it will give me “Unresponsive script error.”
(Please note that i’ve implemented select all functionality in this list.)
Did you implement the Select All functionality as in this demo: http://www.jqwidgets.com/jquery-widgets-demo/demos/jqxgrid/customfiltering.htm?arctic (note the listbox)?
i’ve implemented Select All/None functionality in JqxDropDownList using reference : http://www.jqwidgets.com/community/topic/checkboxes-with-an-allnone-option/
This solution is work fine for me but when i have huge amount of data, at that time it will take too much time because of “CheckChange” event is fired twice for each checkbox state gets changed. One for the checkbox which we have checked and one for select All/None checkbox for maintaing its states(either checked, unchecked or intermidiate). and that’s why it will go in continuous loop and browser give me unresponsive script error.
Is there any functionality that will provide direct facility to select all/none checkboxes.
Thanks in advance.
Unfortunately, there is no built-in “Select all/none” feature and these examples are all we can offer you on the matter.
is there any possibility that in new update this functionality will be updated??
Because there is no option in dropdownlist to load the data remotely as we can do in jqxtree.
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