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load a page from a client side vbscript event handler...

I have a page with three radio buttons all named the same.  I also have an onclick vbscript event handler for the three radio buttons.  From the event handler, I would like to load another page, sort of like a form post, but without the form tags and submit button...any suggestions?

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JonFish85Commented:
try this maybe?

add this code right before the </HEAD> tag in your code:

<SCRIPT language=javascript>
<!--
function redirpage(pg)
{
  window.location.replace pg;
}
//-->
</SCRIPT>

then do something like this for your buttons:
<INPUT type=radio onclick="redirpage('test1.htm');">Test</INPUT>
<INPUT type=radio onclick="redirpage('test2.htm');"></INPUT>

hope this helps!
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agzisCommented:
You have 2 options:
 1. use window.open(...) method but the solution will use "GET" method.

 2. use form with all hidden members, method "post", obviosly and without submit button. Then programmicly modify send it using form.submit() method in your onclick
event.
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Dave_GreeneCommented:
Something like this?

<script language=javascript>
  function fnSubmit()
  {
  document.MyForm.action="EmailPassword.asp";
  document.MyForm.method="post";
  document.MyForm.submit();
  return false;
  }
</script>

onclick="javascript:return fnSubmit()"
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PreeceAuthor Commented:
agzis:

Could you please provide a simple example for both options?

Thanks,
Preece
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JonFish85Commented:
sorry, maybe I didnt realize you need to submit a form...
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Dave_GreeneCommented:
Hi Preece,

I have already given you the example for # 2  :)
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agzisCommented:
Hi,
  JonFish85 almost gave you my 1st solution. My second solution is here.


put this somewhere in your ASP/HTML page:

<form name="frm1" method="POST" action="asdasd.asp">
  <input name="in1" type="hidden" value="1">
</form>

to submit use this:
   document.frm1.submit();
to access value of hidden field:
   document.frm1.in1.value = somevalue;
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PreeceAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys for the help and greate examples.  I am giving the points to JonFish because window.location.replace worked for my without the use of a form or submit and I did it using vbscript instead of javascript:  


<input type=radio name="optSortBy" value="a" onclick="gsnSortBy(value)" checked>Apples  
<input type=radio name="optSortBy" value="b" onclick="gsnSortBy(value)">Bananas
<input type=radio name="optSortBy" value="c" onclick="gsnSortBy(value)">Cherries


<script language=vbscript>
sub gsnSortBy(sValue)
     window.location.replace "showfruit.asp?sortby=" & sValue
end sub
</script>

Sincerely,
Preece
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JonFish85Commented:
glad I could help! thanks for the points and especially for the "A" grade!
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PreeceAuthor Commented:
I'm just having a lot of fun learning asp!  Being a well experienced vb developer, asp and vbscript is a natural progression for me.  Also, it is amazing what you can do...I am actually creating a database web app that looks and behaves similarly to a vb app!  Thanks again!

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