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I have been trying to post a message and getting a 501 error. Just testing to see if it is something in the content of the message....

--Amy Smith

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2008 at 02:18 PM

    OK, I'll try code

     abc 

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2008 at 02:19 PM

    and now the text of the message I was trying to post..... Don't reply to this message.....

    Forum owner -- you can delete this thread!

    Hi all,

    In an irpt page I want to access the value of the request parameter in javascript so I can set the selected option in a <select>. The select tag is generated with <SERVLET> and StyleSheet param. I want to do something similar to JSP coding that puts the param value into a JavaScript variable.

    var myVal = '<%= request.getParameter(...) %>';

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      I had the same issue. It looks that there is restricted by this forum and does not accept some reserved words to avoid JS code hacks.

      There is also not allowed to use the alert_() statement...

      but this is allowed...

      eval('var i=0;');
      

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