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submit then redirect to location.href

 
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i have made this function:

function cll()

{this.document.forms["myform"].submit();
var p=document.getElementById('myLink').href;
location.href =p;
}

it work under firefox but under IE but it's notworking with google chrome
 
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"abdel abdell", please check your private messages for an important administrative matter. Thanks.
 
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Um, you are submitting a form and redirecting? Shouldn't the server do the redirection? You basically are creating a race condition here.

Eric

 
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teh server should do the redirection,
this is the form <form id="myform" action="urlt0.do" method="post">
<html:hidden name="urlt0" property="url_page_t0" value=""/>
</form>

fro the redirect: this is the link :

<a id="myLink" href="/projet_web/search.do?ml=38&fpc=1000&tpc=66" >
<input type="hidden"/></a>
<input name="button" type="button" class="inputbutton" value="Recherche" onclick="cll()" />
 
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UseCodeTags

You can not do both of these actions. You can do one or the other.

 
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but it works with firefox et IE why it's not works on chrome ?
 
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You are submitting the page. It starts to leave the page

It is a coin flip that the next lines of JavaScript runs.

Chrome is doing what it should do. It says the form is submitted, exit the page and stop running more code.

The redirection should be done on the serverside, or you need to redesign how you do the submission. It is as simple as passing the redirect value in a form filed and calling redirect on the server with that value.

If you can not change the form on the server, than you need to look at a different way to submit the form. That would be an Ajax submission.

Eric
 
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