I&#039;m having trouble calling a javascript function where one of the parameters is a radio object. Within the function, I&#039;m looping through the array to see if an option is selected. This function works if the radio object isn&#039;t withing a user control, but once it is, I have to pass the fully-qualified name of the control delimited with a colon(:). I get a runtime error when I do this. Any ideas? Here&#039;s the code:<BR><BR>cmdDelete.Attributes.Add("onclick", "return confirmProcess(&#039;Are you sure you want to delete this reference?&#039;, this.form.ctlOfficialLanguagesAITPReferences:Refer enceRow, 1);")