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    using CurrentStateChange in flex 2.0

    Hi,
    I am a newbie in flex 2.0 and action script 3.0.
    When i press the button, i need two things to happen.
    one is change my view state and other one is calling a inline actionscript function.
    <mx:Button x="84" y="192" label="Button" id="Button1" click="getit()"/>
    (where getit() is my inline function in actionscript).
    i know how to create a new state and so on. But, i need to know, how can i make these two things happen in a single button click. I heard something called CurrentStateChange which handles this functionality. Kindly let me know how to use this CurrentStateChange, or if you have anything to say!

    Your help is highly appreciated!

    thanks,
    Dhina

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    There is something on the Adobe site about that using an outside button, which however sounds overly complicated. What I would do is have a second button with the new view state appearing on top of the first button.
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    Hi Cancerinform,
    i got the solution for it. It goes like this....

    when ever u have to perform two actions with your button click,,
    ie., first action - change the state
    second action - process the data

    wat u've to do is..

    <mx:Button x="84" y="192" label="Button" id="Button1" click="currentState='GridState'; getit();"/>

    where getit() is my function !!..

    thanks very much for your rply..

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