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radio button validation

drpagaldrpagal Posts: 1Member
Currently without any javascript if a user does not select a radio button, it goes to a Coldfusion error page. Someone before me wrote the actual page and I, of course, needs to fix it. So i'm trying to add the following javascript and still goes to the cf error page. Any help would be great!





function validate()
{
var a = document.getElementById('Abstract');
var b = document.getElementById('Book');
var c = document.getElementById('Paper');
var d = document.getElementById('Presentation');
var e = document.getElementById('Oral');
var f = document.getElementById('Journal');
var g = document.getElementById('Public');
var h = document.getElementById('Internal');
var i = document.getElementById('Good');
if ( (a.checked == false )
&& (b.checked == false )
&& (c.checked == false )
&& (d.checked == false )
&& (e.checked == false )
&& (f.checked == false )
&& (g.checked == false )
&& (h.checked == false )
&& (i.checked == false ) )
{
alert ( "Please Choose Document Type" );
document.frmSubscription.document.focus();
return false;
}
return true;
}



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Comments

  • CyGuyCyGuy Posts: 312Member
    Coldfusion is not my forte, but there is a tag that is documented [link=http://www.adobe.com/livedocs/coldfusion/5.0/CFML_Reference/Tags29.htm]here[/link] specifically stating that java is required along with an action attribute to that tag.

    Adding events is complicated enough without returning values. I suggest you simplify the javascript in the onclick by limiting validation to a single function. Perhaps by placing the ValidateForm() function inside the validate function assuming ValidateForm has been declared.

  • CyGuyCyGuy Posts: 312Member
    Coldfusion is not my forte, but there is a tag that is documented [link=http://www.adobe.com/livedocs/coldfusion/5.0/CFML_Reference/Tags29.htm]here[/link] specifically stating that java is required along with an action attribute to that tag.

    Adding events is complicated enough without returning values. I suggest you simplify the javascript in the onclick by limiting validation to a single function. Perhaps by placing the ValidateForm() function inside the validate function assuming ValidateForm has been declared.

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