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Newbie needs help - use AJAX to open ASP?

Andy Balan
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Joined: Mar 23, 2009
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Hi,

I'm making a site where people can make posts, and I have a rating system in ASP. I want it to be that when someone clicks on an image (thumbs_up_green.jpg), a back-end ASP script writes to an Access database to assign a value of "1" to the correct "QuoteID." The ASP code (rategood.asp) works on its own, but for some reason the AJAX isn't firing correctly and won't open it. Here are the three sections that are relevant:

The AJAX code:



The form code (written in ASP with html) that should open the AJAX (the html shows the page correctly, so the only problem with this could be with the onclick property):



And the ASP code at rategood.asp (like I said, works correctly on its own. Also there are some extra variables defined here, so don't be thrown off by those). I think the most important part is line 88 where it outputs what I want the AJAX to write in the inner.html for the appropriate div:



Any help would be appreciated. I'm pretty new at this. Thanks!

-Andy
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Eric Pascarello
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onclick=functionName() is not valid HTML markup

You need to use quotes.

Have you used a tool such as Firebug or Fiddler to see the request to the server and what it returns back? Have you added debug statements in the serverside code to see where it is failing?

Eric
 
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