From what I have heard there is no maximum. I would suggest using post for such long amounts of information but querystring should handle it. One reason it will get cut off is if you place spaces in the querystring. Just make sure to use myVar=server.urlencode(myVar) for everything in the querystring.<BR><BR>Good Luck,<BR>Brandon
Marilenn<BR><BR>I am going to venture a guess that QueryStrings in excess of 100K are not allowed. I making this guess based on the MS Knowledge base articles concerning the Request Object, while no limit is specified for the Request.QueryString, Request.Form("MyControl")or post method limit is placed at 100K.<BR><BR>Ref:<BR><BR>http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/psdk/iisref/vbob53hj.htm<BR>and<BR>http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/psdk/iisref/vbob4fl9.htm<BR><BR>Also available is general info on the Request Object:<BR><BR>http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/psdk/iisref/vbob5ulw.htm<BR><BR>If you run across any definetive size limits for Request.QueryString Please pass them on to me.<BR><BR>Gary@sanwire.com<BR><BR>PS I would not definetivly say these limits would apply, only that those are probably the official limits per MS. I have it on a reliable rumor that the actual limits may be much higher but may be occasionally buggy beyond these limits.