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transaction and global variables

Postby riete » Tue Aug 24, 2010 3:47 pm

Hi there! I'm new to this forum and hope that this will be a long term cooperation.

I'm also new to HTML5 :wink:, my first question concern the way transaction can be use to return result to main process.

I have tried two different ways without success. The first one is by returning value(s) and the second by the affectation a global variable.

This part of thecode will explain better:(don't blame me about the way I wrote the SQL query, I know this is a securty issue, I'll deal with it later on)
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function singleHandler(transaction, results, dest_ID) {

   var mydest = document.getElementById(dest_ID); = "block";

   // Handle the results
   if (!results.rows.length) {
      mydest.innerHTML="No result found ...";
      var string = "<b>";
      for (var i=0; i<results.rows.length; i++) {
         var row = results.rows.item(i);
         string = string + row['Nom'];
      window.Ref = row['Ref'];

function Query_Single_Data(db, table, field, value, dest_ID){
      function (transaction) {
         transaction.executeSql("SELECT * from " + table + " WHERE " + field + " LIKE '" + value + "';", [], function(transaction, results) {
            singleHandler(transaction, results, dest_ID);
         }, errorHandler);
The mydest block is well affected, but I would like to avoid this way of modifying the content of the page. I would prefer to modify the global variable Ref.
The trouble is Ref is not correctly affected. It looks like it takes time to exécute this affectation.
When I submit the form to fire the transaction it return the value of the declation of window.Ref. But if I submit again, the value is affected.

I'm probably doing something wrong ?

I hope this is clear enough
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