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Search.x and Search.y

Thread began 3/06/2010 9:07 am by vito374252 | Last modified 3/08/2010 2:51 pm by vito374252 | 1193 views | 2 replies |

vito374252

Search.x and Search.y

I created search and results page with DataAssist. Everytime I start a new search there are two values passed along others that I select in search.

For example &Search.x=52&Search.y=6
Every time I search the numbers above change. What are these values, what are they for and how are they generated.

I would need to know this as I created a custom search that doesn't pass these Search.x and Search.y values but the results page always displays all the records without these values.

Thanks

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You have an input type="image" on your page. Whenever you have an input type="image" it passes the x and y coordinates of where on the button the user pressed in order to submit the form. You can't really prevent them from being submitted, so your best option is to use an IF statement to remove them where they are being displayed.

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vito374252

Thanks for your help!

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