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Hi guys,

I have an alert window that shows the action being done, but I would like to use a confirm window to to ask the user if he really want to perform that action, my question is How do I pass the value from that answer to a VBScript variable so I can then decide to perform that action or cancel it.

This is the code that I have now:

<%
if method = "DELETE" then

    ' Delete PL
    strsql = "delete from ftx_bisi_pl where PL = '" & budel & "'"
    set PLdelRS = eadoObj.SaveRecordsetQuery(CStr(strsql))
    'Response.Write (strsql)
%>
    <script language="JavaScript">
    alert("Deleting PL successful!");
    window.location="ProductionLine.asp";
    </script>
<%
end if
%>


This is what I was thinking:

<script language="JavaScript">
var answer;
answer=window.confirm("Deleting PL successful!");
window.location="ProductionLine.asp";
</script>
<%
If answer then

   ' Delete PL
   strsql = "delete from ftx_bisi_pl where PL = '" & budel & "'"
   set PLdelRS = eadoObj.SaveRecordsetQuery(CStr(strsql))
   'Response.Write (strsql)

end if
%>

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Use Following code:

//Javascript Function
<script language="Javascript">
function doDelete(id)
{
    if(confirm("Are you sure want to delete this employee?"))
    {
        window.location.href="yourpage.asp?del="+id;
    }
}
</Script>

Now you can pass the id as follow:
<input type="Button" name="delete" Value="Delete" OnClick="doDelete('<%=id%>')">

Hope this will help...

-Saurabhj



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