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I have a classic asp page (webfor1.asp). I did this

<form action="ProcessForm.aspx" method="post" name="twcForm"
id="twcForm">

<td><input name="fvFirstName" type="text" id="fvFirstName"
size="20" ></td>

<td><input name="fvLastName" type="text" id="fvLastName"
size="20"></td>

and in proceesForm.aspx page I have to get the data from input fields
"fvFirstName" and "fvLastName" and have to show that data in some
lables in processForm.aspx.

Should I use Request.form("fvFirstName"). but where I have to use
this form objects in ProcessForm.aspx. and How can I reffer
ProcessForm.aspx to Webform1.asp

Thanks a lot.

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>I have a classic asp page (webfor1.asp). I did this

<form action="ProcessForm.aspx" method="post" name="twcForm"
id="twcForm">

<td><input name="fvFirstName" type="text" id="fvFirstName"
size="20" ></td>

<td><input name="fvLastName" type="text" id="fvLastName"
size="20"></td>

and in proceesForm.aspx page I have to get the data from input fields
"fvFirstName" and "fvLastName" and have to show that data in some
lables in processForm.aspx.

Should I use Request.form("fvFirstName"). but where I have to use
this form objects in ProcessForm.aspx. and How can I reffer
ProcessForm.aspx to Webform1.asp

Thanks a lot.
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