I doubt u can use the get method to send the # character.

Try using post to send your parameters.

On Thu, Apr 14, 2011 at 7:52 AM, Sunild <sunil.dsou...@gmail.com> wrote:

> New to Prototype/JS, etc. I have the following code.
>
> var token = 'id1#a12345' + "," + 'id2#e6789'
>
> new Ajax.Request('/some_url', {
>                            method: 'get',
>                            parameters: token   });
>
> Using FF 3.6.16 and Firebug 1.5.4, the params get truncated at the #
> symbol and only 'id1' is sent in the request. I've tried escaping the
> # with
>
> token = token.replace(/#/g, "\\#"); with the similar results. Now 'id1\
> \' is sent. How do I send the # symbol as part of the request
> parameters ?
>
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