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  1. OK, first and foremost, am using classic ASP as that is what I have to work with. All electronic forms in my company are currently in classic ASP. Too many of them to move to .net any time soon. That said, I have written an html form that includes sending a SOAP request to our CRM (ticketing system) which is vendor hosted. They are supplying the .net web service to the CRM's database. This will send back a response not only of a successful receipt, but also a ticket number which I am to display to the customer's screen. I am pretty comfortable with the sending part, I think. It is the r
  2. Hello potential helpers, im currently having issues with firing an ajax request inside of another ajax request. Heres my code: Im not getting "alert(content)" Condition if(shop[1] == "gserver") and if(name.includes(shopname) == true) are definetly true. The function is correctly called as well. No Im not using jquery for reasons. Anyone has an idea why the 2nd requests isnt fired? Is it not waiting for the first one to finish? function initiate_shop_game(shopname) { var xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest(); xmlhttp.onreadystatechange = function()
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