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How to call an "instance" of script from a global script

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 12, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
I have this pretty standard JavaScript:Type.registerNamespace('XXXXwarners'); XXXXwarners.WarningValidator = function (element) { XXXXwarners.WarningValidator.initializeBase(this, [element]); } XXXXwarners.WarningValidator.prototype = { initialize: function () { XXXXwarners.WarningValidator.callBaseMethod(this, 'initialize'); }, validate: function () { // If the field is empty, we assume it's valid if (this._ControlToValidate.value.length == 0) { return true; } . . . . return true . . . return false } . . . } Which is getting attached to a number of Label controls using the standard script descriptor syntax.  The Javascript is behaving exactly as I would expect.  Now, I need to call the validate() function from elsewhere (I need to check all of the warnings that may be against any of the text boxes). So, I have an array which contains all of the ClientId entries for the behaviours.  I have tried this:$get(Page_Warnings[i]).validate() That tells me that the property or method validate is not supported.  So, I have also tried this:$find(Page_Warnings[i]).validate() In that case, the $find returns Undefined. Clues, please on how to find the function! Thanks, Nick        

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