how can i get the button's command argument?

Is it possible to get a button's command argument in javascript. I don't want to manipulate it, i just want to read it.

If possible - how?

Answers:

Answer

Make your own attribute and get it with standard JavaScript:

Markup:

<asp:LinkButton ID="LinkButton1" cmdname="test" CommandName="test" CommandArgument="1" 
    runat="server" onclick="LinkButton1_Click">LinkButton</asp:LinkButton>

Script:

//however you choose to get the element, jQuery...etc
document.getElementById('<%=LinkButton1.ClientID %>').cmdname
Answer

You can put command argument into some hidden field, then retrieve the value of the hidden field in javascript after page loads such as $(document).ready() in JQuery.

Answer

The short answer is NO if you are ONLY using javascript. But you could retrieve it with an ajax call to the server or using a hidden field like J.W. suggested. This property is not even accessible from themes. For more info read the documentation in msdn

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