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Creating table inside div

 
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Hi i want to create a table inside the div element where in this table i can display the xml read along with a radio button.
my js file is


if(xmlHttp.readyState==4)
{
if(xmlHttp.status==200)
{

var alength=xmlHttp.responseXML.getElementsByTagName("areacode");
for(i=0;i<alength.length;i++)
{
var message = xmlHttp.responseXML.getElementsByTagName("areacode")[i].childNodes[0].nodeValue;

document.getElementById('displayareacode').innerHTML="<tr><td><input type='radio' name='plotnoradio' value='"+message+"'>"+message+"</td></tr>";
}


document.getElementById('displayareacode').innerHTML="</table>";
}

please suggest me how do i create a table here in div element named as 'displayareacode'.
 
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is it just that you're missing the opening <table> tag, before the for-loop, something like:
document.getElementById('displayareacode').innerHTML="<table>";
 
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yes, its you are missing only table opening tag, otherwise it should work fine.

Thank You.
Have a Nice Time.

-Santosh
 
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actually i missed to print it here its there in my code, my problem is i have a servlet generating xml file
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
<parent>
<areacode>00/000/00</areacode>
<areacode>40/111/00</areacode>
<areacode>30/99/20</areacode>
<areacode>10/090/50</areacode>
<areacode>50/060/00</areacode>
<areacode>80/600/05</areacode>
</parent>
using ajax xmlHttp object i am reading this xml file
i have a text input field whenever i enter a number it makes ajaxcalls
if i enter 00 in text input field it should display the areacodes that have zeros in it in the div tag.
i.e
00/000/00
40/111/00
50/060/00
but here it is not displaying all the three values it just displaying only one value that is 50/060/00.

My .js file contains the code:-

for(i=0;i<alength.length;i++)
{
var message= new array(alength.length);
message[i]=xmlHttp.responseXML.getElementsByTagName("areacode")[i].childNodes[0].nodeValue;

//also i am trying to print the read value in the div tag
document.getElementById('displayareacode').innerHTML=message[i];
}

i dont want to overwrite the values they should be one below the other
Like this:- Based on search criteria.

00/000/00
40/111/00
30/99/20
10/090/50
50/060/00
80/600/05


please help.
 
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Hi just use following script it should work, i have written for you.

Thank You.
Have a Nice Time.

-Santosh




var parentNodes = xmlHttp.responseXML.getElementsByTagName("parent");
var inHtml;
for (var j=0; j<parentNodes.length; j++) {

var nameNodes = parentNodes[j].getElementsByTagName("areacode");
var tempareacode = areacodeNodes[0].firstChild.nodeValue;
message[i]=tempareacode;
inHtml=inHtml+tempareacode;
}
document.getElementById('displayareacode').innerHTML=inHtml;
 
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hey thanks for that i could manage to get it by trial and error & the resulted script i have written is
if(xmlHttp.readyState==4)
{

var zeTable = "<table>";

document.myForm.time.value=xmlHttp.responseText;

document.myForm.avplots.value=xmlHttp.responseText;
var alength=xmlHttp.responseXML.getElementsByTagName("areacode");
for(i=0;i<alength.length;i++)
{

var m=new Array(alength.length);
m[i]=xmlHttp.responseXML.getElementsByTagName("areacode")[i].childNodes[0].nodeValue;
zeTable =zeTable+"<tr><td><input type='radio' name='areacoderadio' value='"+m[i]+"'>"+m[i]+"</td></tr>";



}
zeTable=zeTable+"</table>";
document.getElementById('show').innerHTML=zeTable;
// document.getElementById('show').innerHTML="</tr></table>";
}

and its working
 
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