...it'll be in the amount of information a single HTML element can hold.<BR><BR>I found this out to my cost. Request.Form entries can hold a maximum of 100KB of data per entry. Any more and you get a stack overflow. Nice, huh?<BR><BR>So the problem won't come in you putting it into a string. The problem will come actually reading the information in. Now there are two ways to get around this. Firstly, split the information into several hidden elements and submit them individually (because then you get several 99KB entries rather than one 700KB entry). Or use the Request.BinaryRead method to read in the data. It's ugly because you'll have to parse it all out, though!<BR><BR>In response to your question, there's a limit. But it's huge. Don't worry about it unless you're going to be sticking 100MB files in it.<BR><BR>Craig.
blah = Request.Form("daText")<BR><BR>Submitting it's not a problem. It's the collection into which the information is automatically parsed (Request.Form) which has a stack overflow bug in it.<BR><BR>Craig.