Using Javascript with ASP
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Posted By:   c_m
Posted On:   Tuesday, September 16, 2003 11:46 AM

I am trying to access form data using the following code. for(var i = 1;i <= <%Parts%>; i++) for(j=1; j <= <%Machs%>; j++) x = toString(i); y = toString(j); ColRowStr = x + y; if("document.RankOrder.Matrix_"+colRowStr+".value == 1") { break; } This is javascript within an .asp page. I keep getting an vbscript error for "Type mismatch" referring to the test condition i <= <%Parts%>; In addition, I have made several attempts to bulid the string requesting the value from the form using: ("document.RankOrder.Matrix_"   More>>

I am trying to access form data using the following code.

for(var i = 1;i <= <%Parts%>; i++)

for(j=1; j <= <%Machs%>; j++)

x = toString(i);

y = toString(j);

ColRowStr = x + y;

if("document.RankOrder.Matrix_"+colRowStr+".value == 1")

{

break;
}


This is javascript within an .asp page. I keep getting an vbscript error for "Type mismatch" referring to the test condition i <= <%Parts%>;


In addition, I have made several attempts to bulid the string requesting the value from the form using:


("document.RankOrder.Matrix_"+colRowStr+".value == 1")


I have also received type mismatch errors here.


Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Using Javascript with ASP

Posted By:   Anonymous  
Posted On:   Wednesday, September 17, 2003 03:54 AM

The ASP should produce a HTML page containing JavaScript. The ASP is executed on server. The JS is executed on client (browser). So on serverside there doesnĀ“t has to be valid JavaScript.


But without knowing ASP: is <%Parts%> right? In JSP you would write <%=Parts%>.

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