Could you please be a bit more specif as to what ocx you are using? If it is a custom written one then I would suggest using propertybag to store what you need and pass it along in something like a querystring. If it a third party or Microsoft one then please post which control you are trying to use.<BR>Sorry I could not be of more help but I would have to know the control and the propertys that you are looking to get to pass. <BR>BREIF thought - please include if this is for an intra or internet site, the reason I ask is if you are using a MS control you are limiting you site to IE and if you do this then using Vbscript as client (not a prob since, is for IE only) then it should not be a problem at all to get the control property into a HTML element or variable to pass to the next page.
Here is an example of what I am talking about as to vbscript, lets say we are using the calander control. I would use something like this ( a text box to hold the value of the control )<BR><BR>FormName.txtDinnerDate.Value=FormName.cal endarobjectname.value<BR><BR>This would transfer controls value to the text box which could be passed. Unfortuiatly each control is different that is why I asked if you could post the control you want to use. <BR><BR>Gary