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How do I get the text/reference that shows up after onclick

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Also posted under someone elses topic but it may be a different question, sorry for the double post if it belongs there.

How do I get the text/reference that shows up after onclick. For example in my case this is an image and to access the image source I can use "$oImg.src" but when I try "$oImg.onclick" I dont get anything. How do I simply access / read / get the text apearing after this part of the object code? Alternatively, how do I get the full text that apears for the object.

Here is the HTML code I am working with:

<IMG title="Open this entry" style="CURSOR: pointer" onclick="jump('e20071001', 'A21*', 'xml')" src="images/plus.png">

Can I do this with the _IE functions or do I need the _XML package?

Thanks in advance.

-Rob

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Also posted under someone elses topic but it may be a different question, sorry for the double post if it belongs there.

How do I get the text/reference that shows up after onclick. For example in my case this is an image and to access the image source I can use "$oImg.src" but when I try "$oImg.onclick" I dont get anything. How do I simply access / read / get the text apearing after this part of the object code? Alternatively, how do I get the full text that apears for the object.

Here is the HTML code I am working with:

<IMG title="Open this entry" style="CURSOR: pointer" onclick="jump('e20071001', 'A21*', 'xml')" src="images/plus.png">

Can I do this with the _IE functions or do I need the _XML package?

Thanks in advance.

-Rob

I think if you look at the HTML for the whole page, you'll see jump() declared as a scripted function. There's no way for an _IE* function to know what that (javascript?) "jump()" function is going to do with those inputs.

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I think if you look at the HTML for the whole page, you'll see jump() declared as a scripted function. There's no way for an _IE* function to know what that (javascript?) "jump()" function is going to do with those inputs.

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That's ok, but how do I just get those inputs? I just need to get the "A21" so I can make sure I am clicking the right images...

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One way:

_IEPropertyGet($oImg, "innerhtml")

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