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CALL JAVASCRIPT FUNCTION IN VBSCRIPT IN AN ASP PAGE

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Is it possible to call a Javascript function in VBscript in an ASP Page? If so how can I do it. And I want to pass 2 parameters to that function while going through a loop in a recordset.
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Question by:froggy77
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Lobsang earned 50 total points
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You can put on your events...
<input type="text" name="test" onclick="return 'javafunction(x,y)'">  
use: <%=x%>,<%=y%> is this variables are in vbscript.
You can use all events...onclick...onchange...onfocus...onblur...
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by:jkunal
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First you have to define what your scripts are i mean are they client side or server side script.

If you have vbscript as server side script and java as client then you can do something like what Lodsang suggested.

But if both vbs and java are client side then you have to store values from a function in hidden fields and acess it from the other function(script).

makeing it more clear

<%%>anything inside this will run on the server and outside this will not.

<script language="vbscript">
</script>
<script language="javascript">
</script>
these are client side script and you can have both in your asp page.

So now you have to decide which function are you calling from where....

;->
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