Checking Server Results If Return is HTML

Dan Shafer revdan at danshafer.com
Sat Dec 20 01:24:15 CST 2003


Thanks, Brian. I should have seen that. You're right, of course. The 
problem is that the serverReturn field was being read by RR as a 
variable with a value. Correctly so. I've quoted those strings now 
(like I keep teaching people to do...duh!) and all is well.

Gotta stop coding so late at night.


On Dec 19, 2003, at 8:38 PM, Brian Yennie wrote:

> It looks like you have a variable that has the same name as your field.
> When you do this:
>
> put "User successfully created" into field serverReturn
>
> Revolution is actually putting the message into field 1, which is what 
> serverReturn evaluates to.
> In the second case, Revolution is trying to find a field with a name 
> that matches a long html string- bad news.
>
> Put quotes around your field name (or change it's name) and you should 
> be good to go.
>
> HTH
>
> -Brian
>
>> If the outcome is successful, the server in this case returns a value 
>> of 1. This works in my code. But if an error is created, I never get 
>> the second display. Instead, the debugger tells me "Chunk: No Such 
>> Object" and the hint has the first two HTML tags of the return value.
>
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