Paul_Williams - 5:49 am on Jan 27, 2012 (gmt 0)
thanks for the response. i have tried string values but it didn't help.
my only clue is that when initiating the server/php from a url and passing along a variable with value such as http//localhost/test/putStatus2.php?dataOut=0 works perfectly,
while not doing so and only calling from $.get() works sometimes...........uh i kinda suspect something is not right either in the calling syntax or maybe IE7 doesn't support $.get() or $.post() so well (?).
also still very strange that linking up $.get() and $.post() on both sides of the fence (client / server) works and doesn't work.
example: $.post(url, callback) that passes no data, linked with $_POST that receives no data works fine,
however.....if you pass data between those two, it doesn't work at all!
now that is weird, almost makes me think its a browser issue, not a code issue. the syntax for these stmts are just too easy.
not sure what you mean by adding date/time stamp?
i'd also like to ask, has anyone had trouble using $.get() and $.post() in IE7?
thank you both,