...you *could* use a HIDDEN frame with a copy of the form. When the form is submitted, you copy the fields from the visible form to the hidden one and submit the hidden one to one page and the visible one to the other page.<BR><BR>But now you have a bigger problem: What do you do with the TWO PAGES YOU GET BACK in response to the two form submissions???<BR><BR>The other option is to have one of the pages invoke the other one (with ASP, you would use MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP to invoke the PERL page). Then you have to figure out what to do with the data returned by the other page in the scripting for the page that did the calling.<BR><BR>In either case, you have some work ahead of you.<BR><BR>
Thank you both for the solutions advanced by you.<BR>My case is:<BR>I have two sections in my website (a Members' Area and a Discussion Forum) both of which require passwords to login. All who can access Members' Area can also access the Discussion Forum (but not vice-versa). Due to reasons beyond my control, the two databases are seperate and coded in two different languages. One in ASP and the other in PERL. Now if one changes his password in the Members Area the same should reflect in both the databases. This can only happen if both the scripts run (one after another) on clicking the password change button.