Prototype and URL encodeded strings
Sorry if this is in the wrong place but i think the root of the problem lies in the JS part.
I will try to explain in the easiest way my problem.
First, i´m using the latest Prototype JS framework (188.8.131.52).
I´m having no problem getting it to work except for the darn URL encode bit.
And just to avoid any confusion about 'Kat' in the code.
I´m using that word because in swedish 'Cathegorys' would be 'Kateogorier'.
Now my very simple JS code to accomplish a AJAX GET call is:
What do you think ?
I´m calling this code like this:
Now i thought to myself, this is easy to fix. So i tryed this aproach:
For the sake of argument let´s say that the following code is in the receiving script:
Do you have any suggestions or ideas to what i could change to make this work, or do you want any other information to help me resolve this mather don´t hesitate to ask.
It might be a simple solution that i haven't thought about in my frustration.
Hope you get what i´m getting at.
It´s kinda late and think i´m gonna give this a break for tonight.
Well i had some sleep and came up with this temporary solution that works for me. Im using the following PHP functions that i came up with to do some "Ajax Encoding" and "Ajax Decoding" as i like to call it. Wich means i simply replace some chars like 'spaces' and '&' signs with other safe chars that wont 'get lost' in the transport. i made a Encode and Decode function.
Here it is:
Cheers again :)
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