The line is:
my_parm = thisForm.txtNDC.value;
But if I place the literal like this, it works:
my_parm = "7007";
What am I doing wrong?
It makes a different where in the page your trying to assign that variable
in relation to where the form itself is (on the same page, in a different
In general though, Netscape likes to see the document. qualifier before the
form name. So try my_parm=document.thisForm.txtNDC.value;
If this doesn't work, then provide some more details about how the page and
form are setup or the actual code from the page.
"Jeff" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>The line is:
>my_parm = thisForm.txtNDC.value;
>But if I place the literal like this, it works:
>my_parm = "7007";
>What am I doing wrong?
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