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Type Mismatch - QueryString

Posted on 2006-06-29
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Hi,

Am am getting an error:

Error Type:
Microsoft VBScript runtime (0x800A000D)
Type mismatch: '[string: ""]'
/admin/includes/pages/retail/orders/view_order.asp, line 23

This type mismatch is on:

<%
Confirmation = killC(Request.QueryString("Confirmation"))
IF Confirmation = 1 THEN %> <-----------------------**************LINE 23******
      <p class="Confirm"><img src="/admin/images/ico_ok.gif">&nbsp;Order number <%=intOrderID%> has been re-opened.</p>
<% END IF %>
<% IF Confirmation = 2 THEN %>
      <p class="Confirm"><img src="/admin/images/ico_ok.gif">&nbsp;Order number <%=intOrderID%> has been cancelled.</p>
<% END IF %>

The confirmation variable is put through the function:

<%
Function killC(strWords)
     badChars = array("'","&rsquo;","&lsquo;","@","%")
     newChars = strWords
     for i = 0 to uBound(badChars)
          if ISNULL(newChars) then
          else
               newChars = replace(newChars, badChars(i), "`")
          end if
     next
     if ISNULL(newChars) then
     else
          'newChars = replace(replace(replace(newChars,vbcrlf,"<br />"),vbcr,"<br />"),vblf,"<br />")
     end if
     killC = newChars
     'Bad Word Array

End Function
%>

Doe anyone have any idea why this would be displaying type mismatch?

Regards,
Carl
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Question by:net-workx
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by:net-workx
ID: 17011649
A further note:

If i put <% ON ERROR RESUME NEXT %> then the page runs and displays but the two confirm messages display on the screen when there is no confirmation querystring.

Cheers,
Carl
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by:adilkhan
ID: 17011677
Try

IF Confirmation = "1" THEN
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by:net-workx
ID: 17011734
that works, so its converted it into a text value, how would i go about converting back to a numerical value?
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by:adilkhan
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Well your Function Accepts a Parameter, and that parameter is a String.
 Does your Function will Always Return a Numerical Value?
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adilkhan earned 500 total points
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if Confirmation is always suppose to be a INT. then...
Confirmation = killC(cINT(Request.QueryString("Confirmation")))

then you can compare as a Integer.
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by:net-workx
ID: 17011828
no, the fuction can sometimes pull a character in other pages but in this scenario it will always be numerical but if i use Confirmation = killC(cINT(Request.QueryString("Confirmation"))) whenever i know for sure it will will be a numerical that will convert it back?



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by:adilkhan
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Function cInt "always" Expects and Integer. if your confirmation variable will be either INT or String randomly then you have no choice but to use this variable as a String/Variant and compare using string value instead of INT.
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