I have managed to succesfully post the data to the php page... (i can see using firebug that it IS being sent) but i get a message Quote: Apache HTTP Server has encountered a problem and needs to close and the response is empty... what am i doing wrong?is possibly something to do with the space in the value of the options?
I am sending a url request to the network using jquery.get(). The problem I am facing is that the server is having an http authentication, so when i pass the request url directly on the browser, it will show the authentication window and i can pass the username and password, but what to do when i am passing the same request using get() method.
This is what i am using currently
Anybody knows a work around for this problem, which can be used for every browser. the current error code is 401..
Then, I want to send the result of this confirm (true|false) to a server-side VBScript function, along with the contactID. The VBScript function will then perform a delete in the database for the specified contactID.
You can take a look at Turn 2 Design Code: for a feel about what I'm trying to do, but basicly, I just need to calculate the cost of the selected items based on the selected quantity of that item.
I got two ASP pages. One is ASP email form (I'm using Persist ASP Email component). Another one has all file links in it. For example, when user click Outlook course hyperlink. It will pop up another window with outlook course PDF file. (All PDF files are already in the server).
What I am trying to do is: When user click the "Add Email" hyperlink, it will add that course name and filepath into ASP/VBScript Dictioanry Object. After the user finish and click "Attach to email" button. All the files will be attached in the email as an attachment.
Thing is I have a server-generated HTML page that I want to make the client redirect to a password protected site. (IIS Windows authentication).