12-18-2011, 01:45 AM
12-18-2011, 01:45 AM
12-18-2011, 03:02 AM
just pass the data, don't use arrays.
Look at this article for help: http://www.irt.org/articles/js063/
12-18-2011, 06:19 AM
That code Sunfighter pointed you to works, but it's really ugly an clumsy if you need to pass lots of form fields. It's silly to have to go look through the entire query string each time you need a value from a name=value pair. Do it one time, instead, and create a lookup table.
I prefer to do this:
var qs = ; // where we will put the fields with their values
if ( location.search.length > 2 )
var pairs = location.search.substring(1).split("&");
for ( var p = 0; p < pairs.length; ++p )
var pair = pairs[p].split("=");
qs[ pair ] = decodeURIComponent( pair );
Now that qs variable will hold a key/value "dictionary" of all the name=value pairs that were passed from the prior page's <form> in the query string.
So, for example, you could say
var name = qs["name"];
and then use the value obtained as needed in the second page.
CAUTION: That code will *NOT* handle any multiple occurrences of the same name. It's easy to adapt it to do so, if you need to do so.
12-18-2011, 05:15 PM
Is there a way to write to a specific node on a xml file? For example lets say i have the following xml file:
I want to let employees to change their password. So lets say if sam wants to change his password. I want only his password to change. I try to do it but it doesnt work.
Nevermind i got it to work
12-18-2011, 10:23 PM
I suggest using function toString() to convert an Array to a String (then you can pass this page to page without any worry, right? It becomes a String), then you can use .split() to get it back as an Array.
//Set an Array contains username and password, then make it a string
var userArray = ["Username", "Password"];
var userString = userArray.toString();
//Send info to process.html
location.href = "process.html?info=" + userString;
Then in file process.html:
//location.search.split["="] will return ["info", userString];
var userString = location.search.split["="];
//Now you get the original userArray = ["Username", "Password"];
var userArray = userString.split(",");
I hope this will help.
12-19-2011, 04:02 AM
just use localStorage or setCookie and getCookie to share your info.
12-19-2011, 07:25 AM
For the life of me, I don't understand the point of this.
You can *NOT* share that XML file--or *ANY* data--among multiple users when you are using ONLY client-side (in the browser) coding.
You *MUST* do that with server-side coding. Period. End of statement.
You can add Joe to the XML data on Joe's machine, if you use local storage.
You can add Mary to the XML data on Mary's machine, if you use local storage.
But Joe will never see that Mary has been added and Mary will never see that Joe has been added.
If this is for a school project, okay. Fine. It's 100% silly and a waste of time, but if you must do it, you must. But there is no real world application for it. At all.