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Posted on 2011-02-20
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I have been tinkering with this forever and now I just completely messed it up.  My commission does not display when i submit the form and the listbox isn't displaying properly now.  Can anybody help me reorganize my code?
<form id='frmShowCommSingleDocKeepState' action='afShowCommSingleDocKeepState.aspx' method='get' >
      <div>
 
      <%  
        Dim strSale As String
        Dim dblSale As Double
        Dim strRegion As String
          Dim dblComm As Double
          Dim E As Double = 0.1
          Dim W As Double = 0.2
          
          strSale = Request.QueryString("txtSale")
          If strSale = "" Then
              Response.Write("Monthly Sale")
              Response.Write("<input id='txtSale' type='text' name='txtSale'/><br /><br />")
              Response.Write("Select your Sales Region: ")
              Response.Write("<select id='lstRegion' name='lstRegion' size='2'>")
              Response.Write("<option value='E'> Eastern</option>")
              Response.Write("<option value='W'> Western</option>")
              Response.Write("</select><br /><br />")
              Response.Write("<input id='btnShowCommission' type='submit' value='Show Commission' /><hr /><br />")

          Else
              strRegion = Request.QueryString("lstRegion")
              dblSale = CType(strSale, Double)
              Response.Write("Monthly Sale")
              Response.Write("<input id='txtSale' type='text' name='txtsale' value=  ")
              Response.Write("'" & strSale & " ' " & "/><br /><br />")
              Response.Write("Select your Sales Region: ")
              Response.Write("<select id='lstRegion' name='lstRegion' size='2'>")
              If strRegion = "E" Then
                  Response.Write("<option value='E' selected='selected'> Eastern</option>")
              Else
                  Response.Write("<option value='E'>Eastern</option>")
                  Response.Write("<option value='W' selected ='selected'> Western</option>")
              End If

    
              Select Case strRegion
                  Case "E"
                      dblComm = dblSale * E
                      Response.Write("Your Commission is: " & FormatCurrency(dblComm))
                  Case "W"
                      dblComm = dblSale * W
                      Response.Write("Your Commission is: " & FormatCurrency(dblComm))
              End Select
          End If
          
        %>
   </div>
  </form>

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Carl Tawn earned 500 total points
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The reason it is not displaying is because you haven't closed the "select" tag. Add the following line just before the "Select Case strRegion" line:
Response.Write("</select>")

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wow, that was a simple mistake.  ok, now i cant figure out why "Western" does not display if i choose "Eastern" once i hit submit.  Any ideas?
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by:Carl Tawn
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That's down to your "If" block. Notice that you are check for "E" and then only outputting a single "option", but outputting two options in the "Else" part.
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