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I want to use an ajax call to check if Boolean is true or false.
here is my web method:

     public Boolean Login(string uname, string password)

         if (ValidateUser(uname, password))
             FormsAuthentication.Authenticate(uname, password);
             return true;
         return false;

and here is my ajax call but its not working
$(document).ready(function () {
       $('#btnLogin').click(function () {
           var username = "test"
           var password = "1234"
               type: "POST",
               contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8",
               url: "wsLogin.asmx/Login",
               data: "{uname: '" + username + "'" + ",pwd: '" + password + "' }",
               dataType: "Json",
               success: function (success) {

                   alert("Boolean True");
               error: function (error) {

                   alert("Boolean False");
Faisalabadians 27-Feb-14 6:40am    
you won't get any compilation error? As far as I know web method should be statics.

1 solution

You want to examine success.d. So check success.d.toString() === "true"; for example.

Also, I would rename your success variable just in case it gets confused.

For example, success: function (result) { and then you would check result.d
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