can you be more specific ?<BR>if your saying that:<BR><BR>1. form A is posted to page B<BR>2. page B redirects to page C<BR>3. page C processes the form...<BR><BR>well, i guess it is so long as you pass everything using the querystring. however i can only assume this is waht your looking for,
Basically I have two asp scripts that are run on the press of 2 seperate buttons to validate information and post information to a database, inbetween the 2 scripts I post a summary page that summary page then has a button on it which runs the second script, basically I want to strip out the middle summary page and just run both scripts together but couldnt work out how to do it with having a page with a button to press on it..hope that makes sense to you..I am a beginner so am trying to make it as clear as I can..thank you
I don't totally understand your question, but I think the essentials of what you're saying are that you have one more page involved (or one more button confirmation) than you would like, and you're trying to trim it down. So my question to you is: what seems exclusive to the summary page right now that you can't place in the functions of your other buttons?