Passing variables

Hello all,

I am trying to pass variables in Ajax.Request method. I can see that we
can pass a single variable as:-
new Ajax.Request(’/controller/action?id=" + value + “&status=JOINING’,
{asynchronous:true, evalScripts:true, parameters:‘resume[comment]=’ +
$F('resume_comment” + forward_value + “’)}); return false;”);

I hope that i am correct… Now i want to pass the value of another
input… whose id is joining_date1. And then i tried this way:-
new Ajax.Request(’/controller/action?id=" + value + “&status=JOINING’,
{asynchronous:true, evalScripts:true, parameters:‘resume[comment]=’ +
$F('resume_comment” + forward_value + “’), ‘joining_date=’ +
$F('joining_date” + forward_value + “’)}); return false;”);

But now both of the variables are not passing… Can you guys give me
some light that what i am missing here … ?

Hemant B. wrote:

Hello all,

But now both of the variables are not passing… Can you guys give me
some light that what i am missing here … ?

Anyone listening me… :slight_smile:

This is Prototype, not Rails, which is probably the reason for the
lack of responses.
The API is here:
http://www.prototypejs.org/api/ajax/options

My guess is that you need to replace the comma with a plus operator
and prepend the second parameter with a &

new Ajax.Request(’/controller/action?id=" + value + “&status=JOINING’,
{asynchronous:true, evalScripts:true, parameters:‘resume[comment]=’ +
$F('resume_comment” + forward_value + “’) + ‘&joining_date=’ +
$F('joining_date” + forward_value + “’)}); return false;”);

Sharagoz wrote:

This is Prototype, not Rails, which is probably the reason for the
lack of responses.
The API is here:
http://www.prototypejs.org/api/ajax/options

My guess is that you need to replace the comma with a plus operator
and prepend the second parameter with a &

new Ajax.Request(’/controller/action?id=" + value + “&status=JOINING’,
{asynchronous:true, evalScripts:true, parameters:‘resume[comment]=’ +
$F('resume_comment” + forward_value + “’) + ‘&joining_date=’ +
$F('joining_date” + forward_value + “’)}); return false;”);

Ohh… yeah yeah… you are correct… That was the thing i was missing…
Thanks with a big smile… :slight_smile:

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