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Sending AJAX data to controller (Yii-Framework)
You can pass the id of the question getting the upvote in the URL of the ajax request, or as POST data in the ajax request. I would recommend using POST data through the jQuery AJAX call, but here I'll show how to do it with the code you have supplied. <?php /* * @var $model Question */ //loop through all the given questions foreach($model as $q) { //add the upvote and downvote (text for now) echo CHtml::ajaxLink('up', array('question/upvote',array('id'=>$q['_id']))); echo ("&nbsp - &nbsp;"); echo CHtml::ajaxLink('down', array('question/downvote',array('id'=>$q['_id']))); echo '<br />'; echo CHtml::link($q['name'], array('question/browse/'.$q['_id'])); echo "<br />Descr

Categories : Jquery

Using variables in parameters through sending post data via ajax request
You have an extra single-quote: params='name=Tom&lastname=Jordan&'+variable+'='+secondvariable+'; The +' at the end isn't necessary, and it's treating the semi-colon as a string. (Probably resulting in a syntax error.)

Categories : Javascript

sending json data as POST request via .ajax call
If you want to access the data as $_POST["data_1_1"], you'll have to send it as a post var rather than as the request body. $.ajax({ type: 'POST', url: 'update_collab_info.php?loc_id=' + loc_id, data: { data_1_1:data_1_1 }, timeout: 2000, success: function (collab) { alert("This looks like" + data_1_1); location.href = "www/" } });

Categories : PHP

Jquery Ajax POST Request sending data issue
Try this: var scriptURL = "default/scripts/serverside/Scripts.aspx"; $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: baseURL + scriptURL + "/SaveItem", data: {sendData: "string to send" } dataType: "json", success: function (result) { de("server result:" +result); } });

Categories : Javascript

MVC4 controller post multiple json objects to controller, ajax post
Try this $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "SomeUrl" dataType: "json", contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8", data: { 'userLogin' : { 'Username' : 'Username', 'Password' : 'Password' }, 'contact' : { 'Firstname' : 'Firstname', 'Lastname' : 'Lastname' } } });

Categories : C#

MVC4 Jquery Ajax Post back partial view and get ViewBag data from controller
Maybe try something like this (if error will appera, you should know I technicaly didnt write any application in MVC4 and Jquery :p ) public ActionResult Button1Clicked() { //ViewBag.Message1 = "Button1Clicked"; //return PartialView("ParPage1"); return "Button1Clicked"; // return just simple message } " <p>@ViewBag.Message1</p> " change to: <p id="message">not clicked yet</p> function saveItemCompleted(data) { $("#message").text(data); } You dont need to download all partial view, you need only a simple string.

Categories : C#

How to get json result value, returned by controller post action, after data was posted via form, generated by Ajax.BeginForm?
Can't you do this? function onComplete(data) { $('#inputToUpdate').text(data.Prop1 + " " + data.Prop2); } I think the JSON data will be passed as a parameter to the callback.

Categories : C#

sending variable through ajax post?
No you need to store the value in javascript variable var a = '<?php echo $date; ?>'; Now variable a contains the value of $date. Now you can do whatever you want with a. Check it by alerting alert(a);

Categories : Javascript

sending https post request with post data using spring web
I use Spring Integration to send http POST and GET http://static.springsource.org/spring-integration/reference/html/http.html The request-factory bean need to be configured to allow self-signed certificates. I use the following wiring to declare apacheHttpsRequestFactory to be used by http Spring Integration endpoints. The httpClient bean can be injected to other Spring Beans and used to send http requests: @Autowired private HttpClient httpClient; Here is the fragment of spring-intefration-context.xml: <!-- HTTPS connection to trust self signed certificates --> <bean id="sslSocketFactory" class="org.apache.http.conn.ssl.SSLSocketFactory"> <constructor-arg name="trustStrategy"> <bean class="org.apache.http.conn.ssl.TrustSelfSignedStrategy" /> &l

Categories : Java

Sending text to controller through Ajax Method
your Javascript is wrong you need to use val(): <script> $("#sendMSG").click(function () { $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: '@Url.Action("SendMessage", "SMSTest")', dataType: "JSon", data: { "email": $("#email").val(), "phone": $("#phone").val()}, success: function (data) { console.log(data); }, error: console.log("it did not work"), }); }); </script>

Categories : C#

ajax POST not sending part of object
You need to set traditional to true if you want the payload contains an array. $.ajax({ url: ajaxUrl, dataType: 'json', type: 'POST', data: data, traditional: true, success: function (json) {} });

Categories : Javascript

Sending AJAX Post Jquery in rails application
Try this out: $ -> $("h1").click -> $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "/products", data: { product: { name: "Filip", description: "whatever" } }, success:(data) -> alert data.id return false error:(data) -> return false })

Categories : Ruby On Rails

sending array of objects to MVC4 controller with $http or $.ajax
according to this article http://encosia.com/asmx-scriptservice-mistake-invalid-json-primitive/ it should be a string: $.ajax( url: '/Home/Foo' data: "{ 'items': [{'name':'some'},{'name':'other'}] }" Now using JSON.stringify should solve my problem. Still gotta try using $http

Categories : Jquery

jQuery: nested $.ajax not sending post request intermittently
I've finally solved my problem by creating a second form, adding hidden input fields via jquery and then submitting this. Apparently there's a difference in the order at which elements of the code are executed and maybe the ajax request fired prematurely every now and then, but at any rate with the form sbmit it works every time.

Categories : Jquery

Sending one AJAX request, but receiving multiple requests on the controller side
You have multiple rows but assign only one unique ID to bind to? Look in to using classes instead of IDs. IDs should be unique (only one "delete" on the entire page, not one per row). Chances are your biding is getting confused and firing twice because the IDs aren't unique. Also, I'm coming to this conclusion because your binding is $('#delete').click(...) and you only reference id in your AJAX call and not iterate over a collection of ids. Otherwise, a checkbox--per-line would have some form of iterator and multiple AJAX calls (or at the very least bundle the DELETE request so it's sending multiple IDs). Having said that, try something like (excuse my creative liberty on the element structure and how I've stored the IDs): <div class="people"> <div class="person" data-id="1

Categories : Jquery

jQuery.ajax sending both OPTIONS and POST, how to handle with Express.js (Node.js)
I actually dealt with this just today. Here's the gist which solved my problem. Node.js cross-origin POST. You should response for OPTIONS request first. Something like this. if (req.method === 'OPTIONS') { console.log('!OPTIONS'); var headers = {}; // IE8 does not allow domains to be specified, just the * // headers["Access-Control-Allow-Origin"] = req.headers.origin; headers["Access-Control-Allow-Origin"] = "*"; headers["Access-Control-Allow-Methods"] = "POST, GET, PUT, DELETE, OPTIONS"; headers["Access-Control-Allow-Credentials"] = false; headers["Access-Control-Max-Age"] = '86400'; // 24 hours headers["Access-Control-Allow-Headers"] = "X-Requested-With, X-HTTP-Method-Override, Content-Type, Accept"; res.writeHead(200, head

Categories : Jquery

jQuery.ajax emulating POST file upload, not sending UTF-8 content
The solution turned out to be to use Typed Arrays and XHR2's FormData (polyfills are available for both, but both currently enjoy significant native support). images.each(function(){ var image = this, data = /data:(image/w+);base64,(.*)/gmi.exec(this.src), format, ext, binary; if (data){ format = data[1]; ext = format.split('/')[1]; binary = atob(data[2]); data = new Uint8Array(binary.length); for (var i=0; i<binary.length; i++) data[i] = binary.charCodeAt(i); } else { // blah, not supported } var fd = new FormData(); fd.append('file-upload', new Blob([data], {type: format}), 'uploaded_image.' + ext); $.ajax({ type: 'POST', url: '/upload/', data: fd,

Categories : Javascript

Ajax Post to Controller - MVC4
Don't specify the word "Controller" in the call to @Url.Action(): @Url.Action("ajaxCall", "ContactForm") It's not looking for the class name, it's looking for the controller name, and in ASP.NET MVC convention the word "Controller" is part of the class name to indicate that it's a controller otherwise named "ContactForm" in this case.

Categories : Jquery

can't get to web api controller action with jquery ajax post
Modify your action's parameter like below: public string ApplyToJob([FromBody]string strXml) This is because without this FromBody attribute, the string parameter is expected to come from the Uri. Since you do not have it in the Uri the action selection is failing. Also, looking at your client code, shouldn't you set the appropriate content type header in your request? Edited: You can modify your javascript to like below and see if it works: $.ajax({ contentType: "text/xml", dataType: "xml", type: "post", url: "/api/values", data: "your raw xml data here", success: function () { console.log('success'); } });

Categories : Asp Net Web Api

Retrieve post value in the controller sent by ajax call
When submitting data via ajax and you want cake to pick it up in the usual way just use $('whatever').serialize(). if you don't have an actual form to serialize you can fake it by submitting the data as follows: $.ajax({ ... data: { data: country }, ... }); Note how cake generates fields like data[Model][field]. you don't need the Model part but the data part is important.

Categories : Ajax

How could I get the response data from sending POST data using the WebBrowser control?
Try using a System.Net.HttpWebRequest instead of a WebBrowser control: try { HttpWebRequest request = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create("http://website.com/service"); request.Method = "GET"; StringBuilder data = new StringBuilder(); try { using (HttpWebResponse response = request.GetResponse() as HttpWebResponse) { StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(response.GetResponseStream()); return reader.ReadToEnd(); } } catch (WebException ex) { WebResponse errorResponse = ex.Response; using (Stream responseStream = errorResponse.GetResponseStream()) {

Categories : C#

Using jQuery AJAX to POST multiple variables to an ASP .NET MVC Controller
Try this: var params = { viewModel: model, estimateId: 3 }; $.ajax({ url: '@Url.Action("UpdateFromDate")', type: "POST", dataType: 'json', data: JSON.stringify(params), async: false, cache: false, traditional: true, contentType: 'application/json', success: function (msg) { //alert(JSON.stringify(msg)); return true; }, error: function (XMLHttpRequest, textStatus, errorThrown) { //alert(errorThrown); return false; } });

Categories : C#

Jquery $.ajax/$.post cannot find mvc controller method
It should be Url.Action("AjaxContactForm","Ajax") AjaxController should be referenced as "Ajax". HomeController should be referenced as "Home". etc.

Categories : Jquery

Ajax POST Javascript Objects to Zend Controller and recieving
You're sending JSON as the request body, with no identifier, so on the PHP side you need to use getRawBody() to get the JSON: $data = $this->getRequest()->getRawBody(); The getPost() method should only be used if the data was submitted with an identifier with contentType application/x-www-form-urlencoded. Also make sure that your Javascript variable jsonObj is a string containing the JSON, not an object. If it's an object you will have to jsonObj = JSON.stringify(jsonObj). Docs for Zend Request Object Alternatively you can send the JSON with an identifier. Change the ajax to: $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "http://dev.jp-websolutions.co.uk/cms_nishan/admin/navigation/update", data: {json : jsonObj}, dataType: 'json',

Categories : PHP

AJAX POST two dimensional array to a Zend controller and recieving it
Instead of the below code: $data = $this->_request->getPost(); Use the following code: $data = $this->_request->getParams(); print_r($data); This will give you the array as you are sending from javascript.

Categories : PHP

AJAX Post to Controller not setting VIewModel parameter correctly
Method 1 It seems as if tampering with form data isn't working for you. How about you try the following function ChangeRefreshScreen(ControllerURL, formActionUrl, oldVal, newVal) { var $myForm = $("form[action='" + formActionUrl + "']"); $myForm.append("<input type='hidden' name='oldVal' value='" + oldVal + "' />"); $myForm.append("<input type='hidden' name='newVal' value='" + newVal + "' />"); var origModel = $myForm.serialize(); RefreshScreenPassData(ControllerURL, formActionUrl, origModel); } Update Method 2 Although, the above solution will work in your case (because it worked in a similar case with me), there is another way of doing things here. There are two formats in which to POST data to the server. One is form encoding, that you are achi

Categories : Javascript

Codeigniter ajax send data to controller using ajax code
var id = $("#select-dept").val(); data:"id", //Here you are sending string as id should be data:id, //No double quotes surrounded

Categories : PHP

Sending data from view to the controller
I see few solutions to this situation, i suggest the one you are close to: <form id="form-dates" action"/report/pdfDemo"> <!-- Here you could use @Url.Action("pdfDemo","report") --> @Html.Hidden("dateFromPdf"); @Html.Hidden("dateToPdf"); <input type="submit" value="PDF" class="dateBtnPdf" /> </form> And in your javascript, update the hidden values of the form and submit it: $(".dateBtnPdf").click(function (event) { $('[name="dateFromPdf"]').val( $("#datePickerFrom").val() ); $('[name="dateToPdf"]').val( $("#datePickerTo").val() ); $('#form-dates').submit(); //send values to the controller /report/pdfDemo })

Categories : Javascript

Sending POST data via href
Not with plain HTML. You could use JavaScript to cancel the default behaviour of the link and submit a form (creating the form if needed). jQuery('a').on('click', function (evt) { jQuery('form').submit(); evt.preventDefault(); }); … but you shouldn't do that because links and submit buttons have different affordances and you'd be sending misleading messages to the user while adding an unnecessary dependancy on JavaScript. If you want to make a POST request, then do it for the right reasons and do it with a form and a submit button.

Categories : PHP

Sending form data via $.post
Assuming all the elements are in one form, the easiest way is to use .serialize: $.post('search_results.php', $('#formID').serialize()); You can even just select the form control elements you want, for example: $('input[name="name"], select[name="gender"]').serialize()

Categories : Jquery

IE lags on sending POST data
You are using sync-mode, right is async-mode: replace _xhr.open(method, url); by _xhr.open(method, url, true);//Async mode Note: Remember "onreadystatechange" is only for async-mode the problem may also be in this function (just a guess): JSON.stringify try sending empty data, ie: data:""

Categories : Ajax

xmlHTTPRequest POST not sending data
From looking at your AJAX code, you aren't supplying the POST variables correctly. The format for the POST string being given to xmlhttp.send() needs to be in the same format as a GET string. Trying using xmlhttp.send("q2=" + q2). BTW, for future reference, you can use print_r($_POST) to show the contents of all POST variables. This can be very handy for debugging.

Categories : PHP

jQuery AJAX post to MVC Controller object -- request shows up null
When you JSON.stringifyied your data object you converted it to JSON. But you forgot to set the Content-Type request header and the Web API has no way of knowing whether you are sending JSON, XML or something else: $.ajax({ url: '/api/contactus/newmessage', type: 'POST', contentType: 'application/json', done: submissionSucceeded, fail: submissionFailed, data: dataObject }); Also when building the JSON you don't need to wrap it in an additional property that matches your method argument name. The following should work as well: var dataObject = JSON.stringify({ 'Email': $('#inpEmail').val(), 'Name': $('#inpName').val(), 'PhoneNumber': $('#inpPhone').val(), 'Message': $('#inpMessage').val() });

Categories : Javascript

Sending data and error from controller to view
Try like this: $data['error'] = "Your message here"; Now, in the view just echo the message like this: <?=(isset($error))?$error:''?>

Categories : Codeigniter

sending data over js and receive pdf from action controller
JavaScript isn't very good at handling binary data. The only way to directly handle this is by encoding the data as a base-64 encoded data-uri. Posting JSON trough an <iframe> won't work either, since you need a <form>. A possible solution would be to change the back-end to accept uri-parameters: /PdfReport/MyreportDemo?dataOne=xx&dataTwo=xx Then you could use an <iframe>: <iframe name="hiddenframe" style="display: none;" src="about:blank"></iframe> <form id="reportDemoForm" method="post" action="/PdfReport/MyreportDemo" target="hiddenframe"> <input id="dataOne" name="dataOne" type="hidden" value=""/> <input id="dataTwo" name="dataTwo" type="hidden" value=""/> </form> $('#dataOne').val('xx'); $('#dataTwo').val('xx'); $('#

Categories : C#

Sending Data from View to Different Controller without QueryString
Have you tried to post your data to the controller, if possible? Keeping a form and hidden fields.. e.g http://www.asp.net/ajaxlibrary/jquery_posting_to.ashx

Categories : C#

Sending data from app to php form using post method, or just use get?
Hii Frank Dixon First of all it wont work in local host it works only in remote host,you haven't posted your php codings i am not sure what process you are making,but hope this helps NSURL *url=[[NSURL alloc]initWithString:strURL]; NSURLRequest *request=[[NSURLRequest alloc]initWithURL:url]; NSData *data1=[NSURLConnection sendSynchronousRequest:request returningResponse:nil error:nil]; NSString *str=[[NSString alloc] initWithData:data1 encoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding]; // NSLog(@"%@",str); NSMutableDictionary *responseJSON =[str JSONValue]; // NSString *new=[responseJSON objectForKey:@"success"]; if ([[responseJSON objectForKey:@"success"] intValue] == 1) { NSLog(@"success"); } and here i am receiving result

Categories : PHP

JQuery sending post data to file
I am an idiot, it seems like the page I was trying to get into was in the same map of edit_doc.php (inc), however edit_doc.php is an include in documents.php which was outside the inc map and therefore the URL I needed to use was inc/edit_docInc.php instead of just edit_docInc.php.

Categories : Javascript

Sending POST data to website and getting answer
final HttpParams httpParameters = new BasicHttpParams(); // Set the timeout in milliseconds until a connection is // established. HttpConnectionParams.setConnectionTimeout(httpParameters, 7000); // Set the default socket timeout (SO_TIMEOUT) // in milliseconds which is the timeout for waiting for data. HttpConnectionParams.setSoTimeout(httpParameters, 10000); HttpClient client = new DefaultHttpClient(httpParameters); HttpResponse response = client.execute(new HttpGet(path)); HttpEntity entity = response.getEntity(); InputStream imageContentInputStream = entity.getContent(); path is the variable that contains your URL

Categories : Java

AS3 AIR 3.5 for Android sending POST data in URLRequest
Well, I finally managed to nail it.... I was grabbing my username and password from two textfields created in the ide. The username textfield was set to multiline, which caused no problems in the online or debugger versions, but added a line break to the textfield on my android device, causing my api to return 400. Changed it to a single line textfield and problem solved. Crazy :)

Categories : Android



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