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Getting a response to a specific table

Posted on 2002-07-24
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I've got some validation on a form, the following is an example:

If surname.value = "" Then
Response.Write "Please enter a valid Surname"
Exit Sub
End If

If an error message is returned I want the response to appear in a specific table called 'error_response' and not just at the top of the page.

Could somebody show me some code that will do this

Regards,

Matt.

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dim errMsg
If surname.value = "" Then
 errMsg = "Please enter a valid Surname"
Exit Sub
End If

then in your table

<TABLE id='error_response'>
<TR><TD><%=errMsg%></TD></TR>
</TABLE>
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by:knightEknight
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actually, the dim errMsg statement must be outside the sub ...
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by:Matt_Unsworth
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Cheers,

Matt.
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