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Thread: Writing to Generic Text doc...

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    Writing to Generic Text doc...

    I've set this up using the live hit counter example here on kirupa but I can't get it to work. Could anybody take a quick peek? It's a really simple project... 10 lines of php, 2 lines of AS.

    Thanks in advance!
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    Hi woodman650,

    You didn't specify what your problem was but I'm going to take a guess.

    In foodwrite.php on line 11 you've got:

    PHP Code:
    print "count=".$count
    This will return the old value, not the new updated value. If you want to return the new value, because it looks like you are simply appending the new value to the old one, exchange that line for:

    PHP Code:
    print "count=".$count.$formData
    Hope it helps.

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    thanks Refined... still doesn't seem to do anything though. I click the black "submit" button I've created and nothing happens. hmmm

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    Hi woodman650,

    Unfortunately I don't know enough about the Flash - PHP interaction to be able to help you on the actionscript side of things. Hopefully one of the many gurus here can lend a hand.

    Regards.

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