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get data to server side code for use in methods and session varaibles....

Posted on 2011-02-20
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I am using the following code...once the user hits the go button the data that the user inputs has to be taken to serside functions and session variables...if I use httpcurrent context..or web method with a script manage I get the following error...

Cannot refer to an instance meember of a class from within a shared method or shared memeber intializer without an explicit  instnace of the class.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<SCRIPT LANGUAGE=JAVASCRIPT>

function hide_controls(){

document.getElementById("textarea2").style.display = "none";
document.getElementById("text2").style.display = "none";
document.getElementById("label2").style.display = "none";

document.getElementById("textarea3").style.display = "none";
document.getElementById("text3").style.display = "none";
document.getElementById("label3").style.display = "none";

document.getElementById("textarea4").style.display = "none";
document.getElementById("text4").style.display = "none";
document.getElementById("label4").style.display = "none";

document.getElementById("textarea5").style.display = "none";
document.getElementById("text5").style.display = "none";
document.getElementById("label5").style.display = "none";

document.getElementById("label6").style.display = "none";


}

function countChars(){
     var theForm = document.forms[0];
     var textLength = theForm.textarea1.value.length;     
     var adjustedLength =  textLength;
     var returnValue;
     
    if (adjustedLength >= 150){
     
        document.getElementById("textarea2").style.display = "";     
        document.getElementById("text2").style.display = "";
        document.getElementById("label2").style.display = "";
        document.getElementById("textarea2").focus(); 
        alert("You are limited to 149 characters for each field. It will spill over into another field when the SMS is sent.");
       return true;  
    }     

     theForm.text1.value = adjustedLength;
}


function countChars_2(){
    var theForm2 = document.forms[0];
     var textLength2 = theForm2.textarea2.value.length;     
     var adjustedLength2 =  textLength2;
     var returnValue;
     
    if (adjustedLength2 >= 150){
     
        document.getElementById("textarea3").style.display = "";     
        document.getElementById("text3").style.display = "";
        document.getElementById("label3").style.display = "";
        document.getElementById("textarea3").focus(); 
        alert("You are limited to 149 characters for each field. It will spill over into another field when the SMS is sent.");
        return true;
    }     

     theForm2.text2.value = adjustedLength2;
}

function countChars_3(){
    var theForm2 = document.forms[0];
     var textLength2 = theForm2.textarea3.value.length;     
     var adjustedLength2 =  textLength2;
     var returnValue;
     
    if (adjustedLength2 >= 150){
     
        document.getElementById("textarea4").style.display = "";     
        document.getElementById("text4").style.display = "";
        document.getElementById("label4").style.display = "";
        document.getElementById("textarea4").focus(); 
        alert("You are limited to 149 characters for each field. It will spill over into another field when the SMS is sent.");
        return true;
    }     

     theForm2.text3.value = adjustedLength2;
}

function countChars_4(){
    var theForm2 = document.forms[0];
     var textLength2 = theForm2.textarea4.value.length;     
     var adjustedLength2 =  textLength2;
     var returnValue;
     
    if (adjustedLength2 >= 150){
     
        document.getElementById("textarea5").style.display = "";     
        document.getElementById("text5").style.display = "";
        document.getElementById("label5").style.display = "";
        document.getElementById("textarea5").focus(); 
        alert("You are limited to 149 characters for each field. It will spill over into another field when the SMS is sent.");
        return true;
    }     

     theForm2.text4.value = adjustedLength2;
}

function countChars_5(){
    var theForm2 = document.forms[0];
     var textLength2 = theForm2.textarea5.value.length;     
     var adjustedLength2 =  textLength2;
     var returnValue;
     
    if (adjustedLength2 >= 150){
     
        alert("You have reached the limitations of the system.");
        return true;
    }     

     theForm2.text5.value = adjustedLength2;
}





</SCRIPT>
</HEAD>
<body onLoad="hide_controls()">
    <form id="form1" runat="server">
      <TEXTAREA onKeyUp="javascript:countChars();" id="textarea1" name="textarea1" rows=7 cols=43></TEXTAREA><br />
      No. of characters:&nbsp; <INPUT id=text1 name=text1 style="borderWidth:0;border:none;" size=5 value=0 readonly><asp:Label ID="Label6"  runat="server" Text="Max # of chars per field is 149"></asp:Label>
      <BR> <BR>    
      <TEXTAREA onKeyUp="javascript:countChars_2();" id="textarea2" name="textarea2" rows=7 cols=43></TEXTAREA><BR>
       <asp:Label ID="Label2"  runat="server" Text="No. of characters:"></asp:Label>&nbsp; <INPUT id=text2 name=text2 style="borderWidth:0;border:none;" size=5 value=0 readonly>
      <BR> <BR>
      <TEXTAREA onKeyUp="javascript:countChars_3();" id="textarea3" name="textarea3" rows=7 cols=43></TEXTAREA><BR>
      <asp:Label ID="Label3"  runat="server" Text="No. of characters:"></asp:Label>&nbsp; <INPUT id=text3 name=text3 style="borderWidth:0;border:none;" size=5 value=0 readonly>
      <BR> <BR>
      <TEXTAREA onKeyUp="javascript:countChars_4();" id="textarea4" name="textarea4" rows=7 cols=43></TEXTAREA><BR>
      <asp:Label ID="Label4"  runat="server" Text="No. of characters:"></asp:Label>&nbsp;  <INPUT id=text4 name=text4 style="borderWidth:0;border:none;" size=5 value=0 readonly>
      <BR> <BR>
      <TEXTAREA onKeyUp="javascript:countChars_5();" id="textarea5" name="textarea5" rows=7 cols=43></TEXTAREA><BR>
       <asp:Label ID="Label5"  runat="server" Text="No. of characters:"></asp:Label>&nbsp; <INPUT id=text5 name=text5 style="borderWidth:0;border:none;" size=5 value=0 readonly>
    </form>
</BODY>
</HTML>

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Hi, can you post you code behind / class file?

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