...It wouldn't be hard to write something...<BR><BR>...Possibly inefficient if you're sending shiteloads of information about, but just as good as any other method...<BR><BR><%<BR>Function FindItemsInRequestForm()<BR> Dim intItems: intItems = 0<BR> Dim varItem<BR> For Each varItem in Request.Form<BR> intItems = intItems + 1<BR> Next<BR> FindItemsInRequestForm = intItems<BR>End Function<BR>%><BR><BR>Craig.
Yeah that should work but I'm hoping that there is a method of the Form Object that I can use. I know that the Request.QueryString has the method .Count, so I'm trying the same method on the Form object but getting no where.
...there's a debate going on in there about it.<BR><BR>Basically the .Count property of the Request.Form collection doesn't seem to be there very often. Only in certain versions of IIS. If I were you, I would just use the For...Next loop and be done with it.<BR><BR>Craig.