Grails – g:select, remoteFunction and multiple params

Here is an example of using two params in a remoteFunction call or any similar remote call in Grails, which can be extended to use more than two if needed by separating subsequent params with &

            render, name:”workCenterCode”, value:selectedValue.get(0).toString(), onChange:”${remoteFunction(controller:’processParamOverrides’,action:’mfgAreaList’,update:’mfgAreaLocDiv’,  params:’\’workCenterCode=\’+document.getElementById(\’workCenterCode\’).value+\’&endWcOpSeq=\’+document.getElementById(\’endWcOpSeq\’).value+\’&orderNum=\’+document.getElementById(\’orderNum\’).value’ )};”)


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