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[SOLVED] PEAR::HTML_AJAX component refresh


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I'm going to to be replacing the iframes on a php production dashboard with an ajax-driven page using the PEAR HTML_AJAX module but as yet there's no end-user documentation, and hunting the web - and this site - has not really revealed much.  I'm fairly new to PEAR, and have done very little JS but recently had my eyes opened to what AJAX could do for us.


The iframes show graphs and datagrids driven by PEAR modules.  Just recently 'discovered'  AJAX,  but how do I get the individual components to refresh?  They point to different databases, some refresh once a minute, others I want to do once a day or once a week.  Sorry if it sounds a bit thick, but I've been looking for ages.

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Right - well, spent a few frustrating days digging around - can anyone tell me why this produced a page of garbage when it should be a .png image of a graph?  (btw - the timer bit works fine now)


	<script type="text/javascript" src="../Includes/server.php?client=all"></script>

	<div id="target"></div>
		<script type="text/javascript">
	function graph()

	function refreshpage()
	setInterval(graph(), 10000);
 <body  onload = "refreshpage();">



It produces this:


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Should I be formatting it and saving it as a php page?  But if all it's importing is a .png from a PEAR IMAGE_GRAPH module (which works really well on normal php pages) I don't see why it should need to be in php format.  Or am I wrong there....


Can anyone help please?

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