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Writing ASP Chat using JavaScript and XML (Part 4)

, 21 Jan 2004
The last part of the ASP chat series. This article explains how to provide a chat with multiple rooms.
/**
 *  Process user login request.
 *  @return true if this function fits for form data.
 */
function processUserLogin() {
	var userName = Request.Form("UserID");
	var password = Request.Form("Psw");
	if(userName.Count != 0) {
		sessionID = loginUser(userName, password);
		return true;
	}
	sessionID = -1;
	return false;
}

/**
 *  Process new room request.
 *  @return true if this function fits for form data.
 */
function processNewRoomCreation() {
	sessionID = Request.Form("SessionID");
	if(sessionID.Count != 0) {
		// Possible new room creation attempt.
		var roomName = Request.Form("RoomName");
		if(roomName.Count != 0 && roomName != "") {
			createRoom(sessionID, roomName);
		}
		return true;
	}
	sessionID = -1;
	return false;
}

/**
 *  Process changing of room or opening separate request.
 *  @return true if this function fits for form data.
 */
function processRoomChanging() {
	sessionID = Request("SessionID");
	var oldRoomID = Request("RoomID");
	var doesMove = (Request("Move") == 1);
	if(sessionID.Count != 0) {
		if(doesMove) {
			sessionID = switchRoom(oldRoomID, 0, sessionID);
		}
		else {
			sessionID = copySessionToRoom(oldRoomID, 0, sessionID);
		}
		return true;
	}
	sessionID = -1;
	return false;
}

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Alexander Fedorenko
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Ukraine Ukraine
Alexander Fedorenko is a professional C++ developer since 1996. He completed many custom and shareware projects. One of the successful projects is DevPlanner - tool for personal planning and time management.

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