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ajax onreadystatechange parameter

Posted on 2009-07-07
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I want to pass a parameter to the callback function to identify one ajax call from another.  
This code is not doing the business.  Is it possible?  How is it done?
function runscript(page, data, element)

{

	//get ajax object

	HTTPrequest[req_no]=GetHTTPrequestObject();

	// set callback

	HTTPrequest[req_no].onreadystatechange=stateChanged(req_no);

	//check there is a connection to server

	if (HTTPrequest[req_no]==null)

	{

		alert ("Browser does not support HTTP Request");

		return;

	}

	

	info['ajax'] += 1;

	info['script'] = page;

	

	//create script url

	var url=page+".php";

	url=url+"?element="+element;

	for(i in data)

	{

		url=url+"&"+i+"="+data[i];

	}

	url=url+"&sid="+Math.random();
 

	//load the script

	HTTPrequest[req_no].open("GET",url,true);

	HTTPrequest[req_no].send(null);

}

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Question by:Koakuma
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HTTPrequest[req_no].onreadystatechange=new function () { stateChanged(req_no) }

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