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I have this code:
<head id="Head1" runat="server">
<form id="form1" runat="server">
Thank you for everything sir.
No way this is possible without your generous assistance.
I still think the reason the webservice isn't returning the correct values is because of the way the string is formatted:
I just left it out in error as I was copying and pasting.
The thing that is just too confusing is why I...
When I copy this code below into address bar and hit the enter key,
Ok, thank you very much sir for all your help. Much appreciated.
Thank you very much sir.
I really don't think it is anything to do with your code.
I think there is something going on with the server the server that houses the web service because the error...
There must be some delay in delivering certain pages to our browser, I guess.
I checked this forum around 4pm before I left and didn't see any response.
Now, it shows you...
This code below works fine now.
Set http = Server.CreateObject("msxml2.ServerXMLHTTP")
http.Open "POST", "http://servername/path/Validate", False
Your assumption is correct sir.
Bill, you have come through again for me sir.
When I run the following script:
Oh my goodness. Hi Bill?
So glad to hear from you sir.
First sorry for late response.
My brother travelled and his son was having so much migraine headache that I helped my sister in-law...
Does anyone know how to work around same origin policy issue?
I have the following script that uses ajax to make a call to a web service called validate.
The webservice is one...
I just sent you an email with attachment.
It was too big to post on this forum.
Thank you sir.
Sorry sir, unless the time is not in eastern time zone, I could have sworn I checked just before 5pm eastern time and no reply yet.
Ok, I will do anything to get the solution sooner.
I have attached a zipped copy of Access db containing two tables, SurveyQuestions and SurveyChoices like you requested.
Sometimes when you Export to,or import from Acess to SQL, data...
Even when I run the code (with LEFT JOIN on SurveyAnswers) in SSMS, I get same result.
My goodness, you are a man of such great talent and vision!
I actually coded it with LEFT JOIN but for some reason, I wasn't getting the result I was looking for.
Thank you very, very much sir for your kindness.
I was alluding to this:
I would *suggest* that an easy way to score would be:
-- plus 1 for each correct answer
-- minus 1 for each wrong answer
-- total from that then divided by...
Sir, I was just about to submit my response and the page expired on me. PAINFUL because I have to start all over and this response may not be as detailed and as clear as the original.
What is the...
This query is supposed to display a particular survey question, the choice a user made, the correct answer, total questions answered (totalAnswers), total correct (CorrectAnswers), percent for each...
See what I mean?
I have to admit that I did ask same question to someone I know who is highly respected .net developer and he couldn't come up with workaround other than to tell me to redesign my...
Thanks for your response sir.
I know you always say that you are not an asp.net guy but from my experience so far, you have answered my questions faster, better than renowned asp.net experts.