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The code below successfully populates the fields with the results of the JSON request.  The problem is that when I submit the form to insert into the database the fields are wiped and I get null values.  What am I doing wrong?  Thanks!


 $('.address-result').live('click', function (event) {
		            // Put the selected address data in the result div (you could do whatever you want here)
		            $('#dialog').dialog('close');
		            var raw = $(this).find('.complete-address').html();
		            var json = JSON.parse(raw);
                  
		            $("#txtLat").val(json["metadata"]["latitude"]); // This Display in text box
		            $("#txtLong").val(json["metadata"]["longitude"]);
//		            $("#txtPrecision").val(json["metadata"]["percision"]);
		            $("#txtCounty").val(json["metadata"]["county_name"]);
		            $("#txtRDI").val(json["metadata"]["rdi"]);
		            $("#txtVacant").val(json["analysis"]["dpv_vacant_code"]);
		        });
		    });

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just before you submit the form take a look at the html... (F12 in Google Chrome)

are your inputs inside the same html form as the submit button?
do your inputs all have name and value attributes set?
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by:rcowen00
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Yes, to both of your questions.
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The problem is with the stored procedure.  I just realized that one of the fields is inserting as expected.
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It was not a problem with the stored procedure but the settings on the field.
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