14 Replies Latest reply on Jun 11, 2006 12:19 AM by Dave(UK)

    How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button

    Dave(UK) Level 1
      DWMX ... How do I call the function prc_SendEmail() written in VBScript above the head ... the following is the best I can do and, whilst the page shows, when I click the button, nothing happens and I get an Error on Page at bottom left of explorer page. ...

      <input name="Button" type="button" onClick="prc_SendEmail()" value="Send Email">


      Thanks,

      dave
        • 1. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
          Level 7
          depends on what your error says, it might be sayign that there's a problem
          with your sendEmail funciton.

          try instead:
          input name="button" type="button" onClick="<% prc_SendEmail(); %>"
          value="Send Email">

          I'm not sure if that will help, just a "try" suggestion. My VB script is
          old and rusty.
          "Dave(UK)" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
          news:e622r4$dnj$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          > DWMX ... How do I call the function prc_SendEmail() written in
          > VBScript
          > above the head ... the following is the best I can do and, whilst the page
          > shows, when I click the button, nothing happens and I get an Error on Page
          > at
          > bottom left of explorer page. ...
          >
          > <input name="Button" type="button" onClick="prc_SendEmail()"
          > value="Send
          > Email">
          >
          >
          > Thanks,
          >
          > dave
          >


          • 2. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
            Level 7
            On Mon, 5 Jun 2006 15:44:10 -0500, "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com>
            wrote:

            >try instead:
            >input name="button" type="button" onClick="<% prc_SendEmail(); %>"
            >value="Send Email">


            That could never work. You're assigning a server side VBScript function
            as the event handler of a client side event.

            Gary
            • 3. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
              Level 7
              Well, I have no idea what the prc_SendEmail() function does, but I've used
              VB script controlled by user actions to control Microsoft Agents - so what's
              the difference?


              "Gary White" <reply@newsgroup.please> wrote in message
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              > On Mon, 5 Jun 2006 15:44:10 -0500, "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com>
              > wrote:
              >
              >>try instead:
              >>input name="button" type="button" onClick="<% prc_SendEmail(); %>"
              >>value="Send Email">
              >
              >
              > That could never work. You're assigning a server side VBScript function
              > as the event handler of a client side event.
              >
              > Gary


              • 4. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
                Level 7
                a) it's client side, and b) it only works in IE?

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                "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com> wrote in message
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                > Well, I have no idea what the prc_SendEmail() function does, but I've used
                > VB script controlled by user actions to control Microsoft Agents - so
                > what's the difference?
                >
                >
                > "Gary White" <reply@newsgroup.please> wrote in message
                > news:4he9825d8m9u3r19lkuhrn0hmj6k7igtrr@4ax.com...
                >> On Mon, 5 Jun 2006 15:44:10 -0500, "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com>
                >> wrote:
                >>
                >>>try instead:
                >>>input name="button" type="button" onClick="<% prc_SendEmail(); %>"
                >>>value="Send Email">
                >>
                >>
                >> That could never work. You're assigning a server side VBScript function
                >> as the event handler of a client side event.
                >>
                >> Gary
                >
                >


                • 5. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
                  Level 7
                  a) why could a client side action not fire off an email?

                  b) not my site, not my concern. I was looking at a code fragment and
                  correcting it for technical content, not really anything other than that.

                  am I missing something, or is there some reason why a client side VBScript
                  won't fire? Not saying it's the best way to do it, but only saying,
                  technically speaking, isn't this possible?

                  If I'm wrong, just tell me. I'm not awake enough yet to see the point I'm
                  missing.

                  Jon

                  "Murray *ACE*" <forums@HAHAgreat-web-sights.com> wrote in message
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                  > a) it's client side, and b) it only works in IE?
                  >
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                  > "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com> wrote in message
                  > news:e6417p$svg$2@forums.macromedia.com...
                  >> Well, I have no idea what the prc_SendEmail() function does, but I've
                  >> used VB script controlled by user actions to control Microsoft Agents -
                  >> so what's the difference?
                  >>
                  >>
                  >> "Gary White" <reply@newsgroup.please> wrote in message
                  >> news:4he9825d8m9u3r19lkuhrn0hmj6k7igtrr@4ax.com...
                  >>> On Mon, 5 Jun 2006 15:44:10 -0500, "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com>
                  >>> wrote:
                  >>>
                  >>>>try instead:
                  >>>>input name="button" type="button" onClick="<% prc_SendEmail(); %>"
                  >>>>value="Send Email">
                  >>>
                  >>>
                  >>> That could never work. You're assigning a server side VBScript function
                  >>> as the event handler of a client side event.
                  >>>
                  >>> Gary
                  >>
                  >>
                  >
                  >


                  • 6. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
                    Level 7
                    > a) why could a client side action not fire off an email?

                    Because an email reader is not a user agent.

                    > b) not my site, not my concern. I was looking at a code fragment and
                    > correcting it for technical content, not really anything other than that.

                    But your correction was in error.

                    > am I missing something, or is there some reason why a client side VBScript
                    > won't fire?

                    Try it on a Mac.

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                    "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com> wrote in message
                    news:e642m2$1ev$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                    > a) why could a client side action not fire off an email?
                    >
                    > b) not my site, not my concern. I was looking at a code fragment and
                    > correcting it for technical content, not really anything other than that.
                    >
                    > am I missing something, or is there some reason why a client side VBScript
                    > won't fire? Not saying it's the best way to do it, but only saying,
                    > technically speaking, isn't this possible?
                    >
                    > If I'm wrong, just tell me. I'm not awake enough yet to see the point I'm
                    > missing.
                    >
                    > Jon
                    >
                    > "Murray *ACE*" <forums@HAHAgreat-web-sights.com> wrote in message
                    > news:e64266$pa$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                    >> a) it's client side, and b) it only works in IE?
                    >>
                    >> --
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                    >>
                    >>
                    >> "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com> wrote in message
                    >> news:e6417p$svg$2@forums.macromedia.com...
                    >>> Well, I have no idea what the prc_SendEmail() function does, but I've
                    >>> used VB script controlled by user actions to control Microsoft Agents -
                    >>> so what's the difference?
                    >>>
                    >>>
                    >>> "Gary White" <reply@newsgroup.please> wrote in message
                    >>> news:4he9825d8m9u3r19lkuhrn0hmj6k7igtrr@4ax.com...
                    >>>> On Mon, 5 Jun 2006 15:44:10 -0500, "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com>
                    >>>> wrote:
                    >>>>
                    >>>>>try instead:
                    >>>>>input name="button" type="button" onClick="<% prc_SendEmail(); %>"
                    >>>>>value="Send Email">
                    >>>>
                    >>>>
                    >>>> That could never work. You're assigning a server side VBScript function
                    >>>> as the event handler of a client side event.
                    >>>>
                    >>>> Gary
                    >>>
                    >>>
                    >>
                    >>
                    >
                    >


                    • 7. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
                      Level 7
                      >> a) why could a client side action not fire off an email?
                      >
                      > Because an email reader is not a user agent.

                      1. This doesn't appear to be read in an email reader, but a user agent, yes/
                      I don't know where the email reader came from.

                      >> b) not my site, not my concern. I was looking at a code fragment and
                      >> correcting it for technical content, not really anything other than that.
                      >
                      > But your correction was in error.

                      That's what I'm asking - how? Is the function instrinsic and is that what
                      I'm missing? Was there another post that defines what the function does?
                      If the function tells the page to reload and send the current information to
                      the email you specified in the page (if the page contains a form), why would
                      it not work? Again, is this a function native to ASP and that's what I'm
                      missing?

                      > Try it on a Mac.

                      Again, for all I know this could be a page on an intranet that uses only
                      PC's built between October and November of 2005 under only mostly sunny
                      skies. If there was more info with this post, I might say something about
                      it. As it was, it looked like he was just looking to get a function working
                      in IE
                      >
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                      >
                      > "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com> wrote in message
                      > news:e642m2$1ev$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                      >> a) why could a client side action not fire off an email?
                      >>
                      >> b) not my site, not my concern. I was looking at a code fragment and
                      >> correcting it for technical content, not really anything other than that.
                      >>
                      >> am I missing something, or is there some reason why a client side
                      >> VBScript won't fire? Not saying it's the best way to do it, but only
                      >> saying, technically speaking, isn't this possible?
                      >>
                      >> If I'm wrong, just tell me. I'm not awake enough yet to see the point
                      >> I'm missing.
                      >>
                      >> Jon
                      >>
                      >> "Murray *ACE*" <forums@HAHAgreat-web-sights.com> wrote in message
                      >> news:e64266$pa$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                      >>> a) it's client side, and b) it only works in IE?
                      >>>
                      >>> --
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                      >>> Adobe Community Expert
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                      >>> ==================
                      >>>
                      >>>
                      >>> "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com> wrote in message
                      >>> news:e6417p$svg$2@forums.macromedia.com...
                      >>>> Well, I have no idea what the prc_SendEmail() function does, but I've
                      >>>> used VB script controlled by user actions to control Microsoft Agents -
                      >>>> so what's the difference?
                      >>>>
                      >>>>
                      >>>> "Gary White" <reply@newsgroup.please> wrote in message
                      >>>> news:4he9825d8m9u3r19lkuhrn0hmj6k7igtrr@4ax.com...
                      >>>>> On Mon, 5 Jun 2006 15:44:10 -0500, "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com>
                      >>>>> wrote:
                      >>>>>
                      >>>>>>try instead:
                      >>>>>>input name="button" type="button" onClick="<% prc_SendEmail(); %>"
                      >>>>>>value="Send Email">
                      >>>>>
                      >>>>>
                      >>>>> That could never work. You're assigning a server side VBScript
                      >>>>> function
                      >>>>> as the event handler of a client side event.
                      >>>>>
                      >>>>> Gary
                      >>>>
                      >>>>
                      >>>
                      >>>
                      >>
                      >>
                      >
                      >


                      • 8. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
                        Level 7
                        > I don't know where the email reader came from.

                        Sorry - my mistake.

                        > That's what I'm asking - how?

                        The mail functions reside on the server.

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                        "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com> wrote in message
                        news:e6444u$3fo$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                        >>> a) why could a client side action not fire off an email?
                        >>
                        >> Because an email reader is not a user agent.
                        >
                        > 1. This doesn't appear to be read in an email reader, but a user agent,
                        > yes/ I don't know where the email reader came from.
                        >
                        >>> b) not my site, not my concern. I was looking at a code fragment and
                        >>> correcting it for technical content, not really anything other than
                        >>> that.
                        >>
                        >> But your correction was in error.
                        >
                        > That's what I'm asking - how? Is the function instrinsic and is that what
                        > I'm missing? Was there another post that defines what the function does?
                        > If the function tells the page to reload and send the current information
                        > to the email you specified in the page (if the page contains a form), why
                        > would it not work? Again, is this a function native to ASP and that's
                        > what I'm missing?
                        >
                        >> Try it on a Mac.
                        >
                        > Again, for all I know this could be a page on an intranet that uses only
                        > PC's built between October and November of 2005 under only mostly sunny
                        > skies. If there was more info with this post, I might say something about
                        > it. As it was, it looked like he was just looking to get a function
                        > working in IE
                        >>
                        >> --
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                        >> Adobe Community Expert
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                        >>
                        >>
                        >> "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com> wrote in message
                        >> news:e642m2$1ev$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                        >>> a) why could a client side action not fire off an email?
                        >>>
                        >>> b) not my site, not my concern. I was looking at a code fragment and
                        >>> correcting it for technical content, not really anything other than
                        >>> that.
                        >>>
                        >>> am I missing something, or is there some reason why a client side
                        >>> VBScript won't fire? Not saying it's the best way to do it, but only
                        >>> saying, technically speaking, isn't this possible?
                        >>>
                        >>> If I'm wrong, just tell me. I'm not awake enough yet to see the point
                        >>> I'm missing.
                        >>>
                        >>> Jon
                        >>>
                        >>> "Murray *ACE*" <forums@HAHAgreat-web-sights.com> wrote in message
                        >>> news:e64266$pa$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                        >>>> a) it's client side, and b) it only works in IE?
                        >>>>
                        >>>> --
                        >>>> Murray --- ICQ 71997575
                        >>>> Adobe Community Expert
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                        >>>> ==================
                        >>>>
                        >>>>
                        >>>> "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com> wrote in message
                        >>>> news:e6417p$svg$2@forums.macromedia.com...
                        >>>>> Well, I have no idea what the prc_SendEmail() function does, but I've
                        >>>>> used VB script controlled by user actions to control Microsoft
                        >>>>> Agents - so what's the difference?
                        >>>>>
                        >>>>>
                        >>>>> "Gary White" <reply@newsgroup.please> wrote in message
                        >>>>> news:4he9825d8m9u3r19lkuhrn0hmj6k7igtrr@4ax.com...
                        >>>>>> On Mon, 5 Jun 2006 15:44:10 -0500, "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com>
                        >>>>>> wrote:
                        >>>>>>
                        >>>>>>>try instead:
                        >>>>>>>input name="button" type="button" onClick="<% prc_SendEmail(); %>"
                        >>>>>>>value="Send Email">
                        >>>>>>
                        >>>>>>
                        >>>>>> That could never work. You're assigning a server side VBScript
                        >>>>>> function
                        >>>>>> as the event handler of a client side event.
                        >>>>>>
                        >>>>>> Gary
                        >>>>>
                        >>>>>
                        >>>>
                        >>>>
                        >>>
                        >>>
                        >>
                        >>
                        >
                        >


                        • 9. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
                          Level 7
                          On Tue, 6 Jun 2006 08:48:44 -0500, "crash" <crash@bcdcdigital.com>
                          wrote:

                          >Well, I have no idea what the prc_SendEmail() function does, but I've used
                          >VB script controlled by user actions to control Microsoft Agents - so what's
                          >the difference?

                          The problem is that you used ASP script delimiters:

                          onClick="<% prc_SendEmail(); %>"

                          Because of the <% and %>, that will be evaluated on the server before
                          the page is sent to the browser, assuming the page were named with a
                          .asp extension and the server had ASP enabled.

                          If the prc_SendEmail function is defined in the source code, it will be
                          executed before the page goes to the browser. Of course the form isn't
                          populated yet, so it will either send out a blank e-mail or (more
                          likely) generate an error. If the prc_SendEmail function is not defined
                          in the source code of the page, it will generate an error before the
                          page is sent to the browser.

                          You can use client-side VBScript to execute actions just like you can
                          JavaScript, but the only browser on the planet that will execute it is
                          IE. Even then, it's unlikely that you'll be able to send an e-mail with
                          it unless the phase of the moon is exactly correct. In addition to the
                          IE only issue, you'd run into all the same problems you get when trying
                          to use mailto as a form's action.

                          Gary
                          • 10. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
                            Level 7
                            >> I don't know where the email reader came from.
                            >
                            > Sorry - my mistake.
                            >
                            >> That's what I'm asking - how?
                            >
                            > The mail functions reside on the server.

                            Correct, and from what we know, the function could also reference a script
                            which resides on the server, no? Sometimes my functions have retrieved
                            information from a page located on the server, but it doesn't load that page
                            until called. IE,

                            onclick functionName

                            functionName {
                            load this file Function.php
                            with these variables (from the page)
                            }

                            No worries, and OP hasn't posted back. Could be we were all just looking at
                            it from different lights, or it could be that I misunderstood what OP was
                            after. Could be I was wrong. It's been long and long since I've used
                            VBScript, so perhaps it doesn't work like I remember. I definitely was not
                            taking into consideration xbrowser, as from my memory VB works well mostly
                            on IE.



                            • 11. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
                              Level 7
                              > The problem is that you used ASP script delimiters:

                              THANKS! That was my error I wasn't getting. You are 100% correct.

                              > You can use client-side VBScript to execute actions just like you can
                              > JavaScript, but the only browser on the planet that will execute it is
                              > IE. Even then, it's unlikely that you'll be able to send an e-mail with
                              > it unless the phase of the moon is exactly correct. In addition to the
                              > IE only issue, you'd run into all the same problems you get when trying
                              > to use mailto as a form's action.
                              >
                              > Gary

                              Purely hypothetical, but couldn't you use an external CDONTS mail script to
                              send the mail built from the form values (ie, coded differently that I had
                              it)?

                              I see what you were saying now Gary, sorry for being so dense. You are
                              correct in that the way I wrote it it would load on server. I have
                              forgotten how to reference VBScript for client side use.


                              • 12. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
                                Dave(UK) Level 1
                                Crash, the prc_SendEmail() function does exactly that ... sends an email from Form text boxes using CDONTS or CDOSYS (if 2003 server without CDOMTS installed) . I just don't know how to call it to make it send the unbound form. Dave
                                • 13. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
                                  Level 7
                                  Dave-

                                  I'm heading out of office, and had meetings all day today. Check this url:

                                  http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/vbscript/excerpt/ch01.html

                                  and look for the "Reference and Manipulate the Browser" section, which has
                                  the following code for changing the status bar - hopefully this will give
                                  you abit of direction in how to fire the email. If it doesn't, then I will
                                  post back as soon as I can tomorrow morning. Just tell me you don't get it
                                  or it didn't work. I'm going to have to create a page (obviously) to
                                  remember myself how to do it.

                                  Example 1-2: Using VBScript to control the status bar

                                  <HTML>
                                  <HEAD>
                                  <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="vbscript">
                                  Randomize
                                  Sub cmdButton1_OnClick
                                  dblNumber = Rnd()
                                  If dblNumber <= .5 Then
                                  Status = "Here's some text in the status bar."
                                  Else
                                  Status = ""
                                  End If
                                  End Sub
                                  </SCRIPT>
                                  </HEAD>
                                  <BODY BGCOLOR="white">
                                  <CENTER>
                                  <INPUT TYPE="button" NAME="cmdButton1" VALUE="Click Me">
                                  </CENTER>
                                  </BODY>
                                  </HTML>
                                  This url might help a bit, i saw several references to email and at least
                                  one onClick http://www.powerasp.com/info/vbscript.aspI honestly think what I
                                  would just send the form to a new asp page which takes everything and sends
                                  it off, myself. you might use your function to error check, then have it
                                  submit to a seperate, re-usable CDONTS page.

                                  http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/faq/Email/faq2.shtml

                                  build that page, submit your form to it, code that page to pick up variables
                                  from your form and place them in the appropriate box, badda bing, yo ushould
                                  be set? Then you don't have an onClick=Function, but rather onClick=CDONTS
                                  page. Again, you can use your onclick to do your error checking, or you
                                  could have this one page do it all, just up to you.

                                  I'll check back tomorrow, very hectic right now.

                                  HTH,

                                  Jon




                                  "Dave(UK)" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
                                  news:e64km0$okp$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                                  > Crash, the prc_SendEmail() function does exactly that ... sends an email
                                  > from
                                  > Form text boxes using CDONTS or CDOSYS (if 2003 server without CDOMTS
                                  > installed) . I just don't know how to call it to make it send the unbound
                                  > form. Dave
                                  >


                                  • 14. Re: How To Call Function 'OnClick' of Button
                                    Dave(UK) Level 1
                                    Hi, Crash, sending to a new page was the easiest way. Thanks. Dave