Simple javascript Q

Hello experts,


I have a small problem.. I have a form that calls the following function;-

<script language="javascript">
function openZoom(which, pid)
{
      var newWindow=window.open("zoommattress.asp?prod=<%=pid%>","","width=675,height=475,resizable=0,status=yes,scrollbars=yes,screenX=100,screenY=100,top=100,left=100'");
      
}


</script>

This is where I call the function
<div class="imagebox"><a href="javascript:openZoom(2, <%=Product.product_id%>);"><img src="images/medium/<%=Product.image_medium%>" alt="<%=MyCategory.cat_name%> - <%=Product.name%>" width="140" border="0"class="border"/></a></div>


I know that 'Product.product_id' has a value cos when I do an alert(pid) it displays the correct product_id

But for some reason there is no value for pid on this line;-
var newWindow=window.open("zoommattress.asp?prod=<%=pid%>"

many thanks
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claracruzAsked:
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Ivo StoykovCommented:
Hi claracruz,
instead
> newWindow=window.open("zoommattress.asp?prod=<%=pid%>",...
use
window.open("zoommattress.asp?prod="+pid+",...

what you try to do is to use server side var on client side script - this cannot be done this way...

check with
alert(pid);

HTH

I
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LakioCommented:
in javascript we dont use <%=
try this

<script language="javascript">
function openZoom(which, pid)
{
     var newWindow=window.open("zoommattress.asp?prod="+pid,"","width=675,height=475,resizable=0,status=yes,scrollbars=yes,screenX=100,screenY=100,top=100,left=100'");
     
}


</script>
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Pravin AsarPrincipal Systems EngineerCommented:
What is the purpose of passing which ???

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