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Old November 13th, 2004, 04:00 AM
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I have a really idiotic question... I need to run two actions on one form... AND on the second action, write the data from the form to a document on the server. Can this be done in Javascript? If necessary i will provide a copy of the source of the page in question.

 
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Where does the first action take place, on the client or the server?

You can post the document to the server, the server will need code to receive the document and save it. You cannot save directly to a web server with entirely client side code.




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