Answer's in the question.<BR><BR>It's disabled, therefore the browser doesn't have to (read: doesn't bother) passing it.<BR><BR>You'll have to enable the field on the previous form before it's submitted.<BR><BR>The common argument that'd be levelled at you would be "why are you using a disabled field?". Just write the text out into the page, and put the data into a hidden field.<BR><BR>Craig.
This appeared to be a great idea. However, now my text is being truncated at the first word. Here is what I did.<BR><BR>FYI strReason = "Order Content at Handshake Not Accepted"<BR><BR>If strReason <> "" Then<BR> Response.Write("<Span>" & strReason & "</span>")<BR> Response.Write("<input type=hidden name=txtReason value=" & strReason & ">")<BR>else<BR> Response.Write("<input name=txtReason size=40 maxlength=50 onkeydown=onkeydown_txtReason();TITLE=The reason this Truck Change Order (TCO) is being requested DISABLED>")<BR>End If<BR><BR>Now this<BR><BR>Reason = Trim(Request.Form("txtReason"))<BR><BR>is returning <BR><BR>Reason = "Order"