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Save Button In ModelAdmin

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Community Member, 1 Post

22 May 2014 at 9:32pm

Hi all, I have one problem about the save button. when i click on a item in seccond page, i dont found save button and delete button.
i use version 2.4.9.
i has required the MyModelAdmin.js file

$(document).ready(function() {

// Hide goBack and goForward buttons on initial load
if(!this.future || !this.future.length) {
$('#Form_EditForm_action_goForward, #Form_ResultsForm_action_goForward').hide();
if(!this.history || this.history.length <= 1) {
$('#Form_EditForm_action_goBack, #Form_ResultsForm_action_goBack').hide();

* This will create a url with data from the corresponding SearchForm of the Default DataObject.
* Don't use live to ensure this is run first on initial load.
$('#right #Form_ResultsForm tbody td a:not(.deletelink,.downloadlink)').click(function(){
// Set history on initial load for default managed Model
if(!this.history || this.history.length < 1) {
var action = $('#Form_ResultsForm').attr('action').replace('ResultsForm?','SearchForm');
var form = $('form[action="'+action+'"]');
if(typeof $(form).attr('action') != 'undefined'){
var url = $(form).attr('action') + '?' + $(form).serialize();
$('#ModelAdminPanel').fn('addHistory', url);


tks all