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Problems with javascript/ASP form

I have a javascript running as follows:

<script LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
function sa()
{
document.data.close.disabled='True';
}
</script>

This disables the checkbox "close" if the following applies: <%if rsList("close") = True then%> - It's to disbale the user to untick the checkbox if they've already closed the record.

This works fine, but my update script:

       if Request.Form("close") = "ON" then
       rsUpdateEntry.Fields("close") = "1"
       rsUpdateEntry.Fields("timeclose") = formatdatetime(now(),vbgeneraldate)       
       else
       rsUpdateEntry.Fields("close") = "0"
       end if       

sees the checkbox as OFF when it's disabled by the javascript, even though it looks ticked, and it changed the database field to OFF and in effect, reopens the record.

What can I do either on my initial page, or my update.asp to counter this?
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richardwakefield
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jaysolomonCommented:
try this, i have not tested

if(document.forms[0].closeField.checked == true){
   <%rsUpdateEntry.Fields("close") = "1"%>
   <%rsUpdateEntry.Fields("timeclose") = formatdatetime(now(),vbgeneraldate)%>
} else {
  <%rsUpdateEntry.Fields("close") = "0"%>
}
}
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jaysolomonCommented:
assuming its the first form in the page and the field name is closeField
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richardwakefieldAuthor Commented:
I'm pretty useless at Javascript.

My form name is "data", the checkbox is called "close", where do they fit in to the above?

And the update page has it's data passed to it from the page with the checkbox on, will this affect it?
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James RodgersWeb Applications DeveloperCommented:
in you r form onsubmit event or however you are confirming a successfully form complete try this
pseudo-code
if form submit is successful
document.data.close.disabled='false';
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devicCommented:
hi richardwakefield,

1. For Request.Form you need only POST method
2. Use Response.Write for debug.

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<form method=post name=data>
<input type=checkbox name=close value=ON><br>
<input type=submit>
</form>
<script LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
function sa()
{
document.data.close.checked=true;
}
</script>
<button onclick=sa()>sa()</button>
<hr>
      <%=Request.Form("close")%>
<hr>
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devicCommented:
ah and you cannot use example of jaysolomon, because you need serverside checking.

============================
<form method=post name=data>
<input type=checkbox name=close value=ON><br>
<input type=submit>
</form>
<script LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
function sa()
{
document.data.close.checked=true;
}
</script>
<button onclick=sa()>sa()</button>
<hr>
      <%=Request.Form("close")%>
<hr>

<%
      if Request.Form("close") = "ON" then
               rsUpdateEntry.Fields("close") = "1"
           rsUpdateEntry.Fields("timeclose") = formatdatetime(now(),vbgeneraldate)      
    else
          rsUpdateEntry.Fields("close") = "0"
    end if      
%>
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richardwakefieldAuthor Commented:
Sorted now. Thanks
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