Session, if you must. Request can only contain FLAT data - no structures, so you can't send arrays. Only flattened strings, which you can then Split().<BR><BR>Are these homework questions?<BR><BR>Craig.
No, Its just that u can use request to pass Files. And its not just the content. You can get the file as such. U need to install cpshost.dll. I 'm not sure with it.But when I tried it but the dll was missing in the system
Huh?<BR><BR>Request sends TEXT. If you use an enctype attribute, you can force it to send binary data ("files"). You don't need anything installed, it just DOES. It's handled by the client, not the server.<BR><BR>You cannot pass arrays by request because they contain complex data structures, not strings or binary data. You must flatten them to strings before you can send them.<BR><BR>Craig.