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Passing Variables Between ASP Pages using POST

Hello

I having trouble with this action cause I want the user to be able to
use the back button and the submitted data should be still in their
form. So I the user send invalid data he can back browse and change
the invalid data. I use method=POST cause its a lot of data i send
between pages + client is IE6.

Some information here:
http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtec...ate/faq5.shtml

Right now i experiment with POST to it self then submit to the next
page but I can get it to work.

Anyone knows how to do this or is it impossible?

TIA

David E
Jul 22 '05 #1
1 4843
Eliminate the next page and just post the form to itself. What I often do
is something like:

<%
''validation of some sort
If Request.Form("i nput1") = "specific" and Request.Form("i nput2") = "text"
Then
'''your code that does what you need
Response.Redire ct "thankyou.a sp"
End If
%>

<form method="post" action="thissam epage.asp">
<input name="input1" value="<%=f("in put1")%>">
<input name="input2" value="<%=f("in put2")%>">
<input type="submit">
</form>
<%
Function f(x)
f = Server.HTMLEnco de(Request.Form (x))
End Function
%>

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Hello

I having trouble with this action cause I want the user to be able to
use the back button and the submitted data should be still in their
form. So I the user send invalid data he can back browse and change
the invalid data. I use method=POST cause its a lot of data i send
between pages + client is IE6.

Some information here:
http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtec...ate/faq5.shtml

Right now i experiment with POST to it self then submit to the next
page but I can get it to work.

Anyone knows how to do this or is it impossible?

TIA

David E

Jul 22 '05 #2

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