I see the following line in Examples\Authenticate.FWx:
| <a href="authenticate.fwx?<%=SYS(3)%>">Login</a><p>
and the following lines in Examples\CookieDemo.FWx:
| <h3>You have viewed this page <%= m.tot_hits%> time<%= IIF(m.tot_hits = 1, SPACE(0), 's')%></h3>
| <a href="CookieDemo.fwx?delete=1&<%=SYS(3)%>"><b>Delete cookie</b></a> |
so I know that you can call native VFP functions within "<%=" and "%>".
And this line in Examples\SessionDemo.FWx
and this line in Examples\Upload.FWx:
| Value: <%=Request.Form("field1")%>
show that you can call a FoxWeb function (method) within "<%=" and "%>".
Sent by Art Bergquist on 08/31/2019 05:04:47 PM:
|onclick="<%= RecordDocument() %>"
RecordDocument.Prg contains the following code:
|STRTOFILE('Test message', 'RecordDocument.Txt', .F.)
The problem is that when I click on an anchor that has its onclick defined as above, it doesn't appear to run RecordDocument.Prg (since RecordDocument.Txt doesn't get created).
I've also tried not including the equals sign, as follows:
onclick="<% RecordDocument() %>"
but that didn't work (and I don't believe that's the correct syntax anyway).
Has anyone ever tried doing something like this?