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  • Gabriel TRAN
    Hi achio, Why not simply using a form and submit the results ? If you really want to send the data using javascript, I guess you will have to use the
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 1, 2006
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      Hi achio,

      Why not simply using a form and submit the results ? If you really want to send the data using javascript, I guess you will have to use the xmlhttprequest object (search with google).

      Gabriel


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      De : achio_84 <achio_84@...>
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      Objet : [svg-developers] something maybe out of topic.........

      Hi all....
      I'm facing a problem which is 'less' concern about SVG.
      I have a HTML page for user to input data(actually to input x and y
      coordinates) and these data will be stored in 2 arrays for later use to
      draw a SVG polyline. My problem is how to pass these two arrays(using
      javascript) with data to server side(C#.net) so that I can manipulate
      them later. And how can I get these data at server side? Hope to see
      some code sample.

      I know maybe my question is not directly about SVG but I hope that
      anyone of you here can help me solve this problem.
      Thanks for that.

      Regards,
      achio.




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