Ajax post more than one data

Hello all,

I have a problem that i can not figure out!



            jQuery.ajax
            ({
               type: "POST",
               url: "mycheck.php",
               data: ({ slvalue: slvalue, lala: lal }),  
               cache: false,
                   ....
 If lal = number it post everything ok but if lal = text string does not!!!! Why?

Thanks in advance!
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AlexSoftware EngineerAsked:
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hieloCommented:
put the values in quotes:

  data: ({ slvalue: "slvalue", lala: "lal" }),  
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hieloCommented:
also, get rid of the parentheses, they are not needed:
data: { slvalue: "slvalue", lala: "lal" },
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CodedKCommented:
So if you set lal=120 and slvalue=140 it works ok?
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AlexSoftware EngineerAuthor Commented:
Hello Hielo,

This doesn't work.Maybe i have to give more informations.

slvalue is a numeric value of an input type.
lala is a text value of a div.
So before i post anything i set the vars and they filled in with the right data.

If i set by hand some values for example
data: { slvalue: 32323, lala: 2323 }, it works but if i set to post the vars doesn't work
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hieloCommented:
>>slvalue is a numeric value of an input type.
>>lala is a text value of a div.
are encoding those values? For example, if you have
<div id='content'>Hello World</div>

and you want to assign Hello World to 'lala', then you need to:
{lala: encodeURIComponent(document.getElementById('content').innerHTML) }
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CodedKCommented:
Try to check your php file. There is probably a the quotes you are using to "collect" your posted vars are not right.

Use double quotes.
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AlexSoftware EngineerAuthor Commented:
Yes Codedk that was exactly the problem!
The js was right but the problem was into the php file.I place the post var into quotes and now everything it's ok!
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