Ajax :: Form Not Finding Javascript Function?

May 12, 2011

I can't seem to figure out what I'm doing wrong with this no matter how many things I try. I've looked through Google for a related issue but found nothing specificThe script runs through a external .js file calling a list of music albums, then listing the song of the album chosen via ajax. The user can then edit of delete the songs. Everything works fine until I submit the edited information through a form. When I click the submit button I get a web developer error "updateSong is not a function"Here's the form which is loaded into the already existing page via ajax:

<?php
include("database.php");
$song = $_GET['song'];

[code]....

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Sep 8, 2006

I have used ASP.net 1.1. In that application user can upload the file(any printable document like doc/xls/ppt/pps/jpg/gif etc.,). The user allows to upload a max of 4MB.

But if the user uploads more than 4MB I'll issue a msg. But in slow network, the user needs to wait for much time to upload and even get error msg.

I want to stop from client side itself. Once the user selects the file to upload it shud b checked frm Javascript.

* Is there any way to do achieve this?
* The user should not change security settings in browser, if u suggests some method.
* If it is not possible/meaningful then please tell me the reasons very clearly. So I can stop searching.
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I'm trying to use unobtrusive javascript for a page I am building. I want to insert a "bookmark me" item into the page. This is the script I am using:

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</div></div>
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I'm using the submit and ajax functions to check a form. When the form is submitted the submit event executes and within that event the data (a code the user has to fill in) is sent to the server to check if it's correct. If it is correct, the submit event supposes to return true (so the form submits), if it's incorrect the submit event supposes to return false (so submitting the form cancels).

Here's my code that should do this:
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}}})
return submit;
})});

But here's the problem: While jQuery does the ajax request, the script continues. So it will return false - even if the code is validated - because the var submit has been set to false at line 4. When I submit the form again, the form is validated because 'submit' is true (but that's set to true the first time). How can I ensure the submit function waits for the ajax request to finish?

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The following code works fine in FF and Chrome for getting a radio selections value but not IE8.

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Inputs are below:
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I am using jquery for getting ajax responses from server side functions.

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I have tried to use a code which is similar to this one?

$.ajax({
type: 'GET',
url: 'myURL',
success: function(data)

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Is it possible to get two have two ajax calls , one dependent on the other?

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I'm working on some code and am running into brick walls. I'm trying
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though), and searched through the IRT.ORG Faqs
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The Javascript is designed to open an popup window and then inside that
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irt.org but that doesn't do exactly what we need.

Even if there is another way to do this with one file, I still want to
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I thought what I would need to do to use document.writeln to write
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document.writeln('</SCRIPT>');

would become

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I have a HTML page and 2 Javascript files. All files are in the same
directory and have permissions set correctly.

Here are the 3 files (keep in mind wordwrap has jacked up the
formatting):

index.html
----------
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
<html>
<head>
<title>Test</title>
<SCRIPT type="text/javascript" LANGUAGE="JavaScript1.1"
SRC="showimage.js">
</SCRIPT>
</head>

<body>
Click the house<BR>
<A ONCLICK="newWindow1('house1.jpg','Nice House')"><IMG
SRC="house1thumb.jpg"></A>
</body>
</html>


showimage.js
------------
function newWindow1(pic,sitename)
{

picWindow=window.open('','','width=25,height=25,sc rollbars=1,resizable=1');
picWindow.document.writeln('<html> <head>');
picWindow.document.writeln('<SCR' + 'IPT type="text/javascript"
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picWindow.document.writeln('</head>');
picWindow.document.writeln('<body onload="resizewindow();">');
picWindow.document.writeln('<img src=' + pic + '>');
picWindow.document.writeln('</body> </html>');
picWindow.document.close();
}

resizewindow.js
---------------
function resizewindow()
{
// Do resizing here.
// Right now this isn't being executed
alert("resizing window");
}


Can anyone provide some pointers as to why this javascript is failing?
I'm using IE6 on Win2k and when I click on the image to open the popup
window, it does open the window but it is white with no content and the
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consistently stays there until I kill that window with the task
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Apr 28, 2006

Ok so, this is my purpose:
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Why?
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My 1st solution:
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The error is: Error: theFrame has no properties
Line: 8

The line that the javascript console is showing an error for is in italics.

code from page:

<html>
<head>
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var hiddenCols="0px,*";
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</frameset>
</head>
<body>
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However apparently some people seem to think this remote procedure call
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If I use some neutral data format like XML to accomdate different types
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