Yes, you can do it via the querystring.<BR><BR>Or, you can use the Session collection.<BR><BR>Or, you can use a database.<BR><BR>Or, you can use the Application collection.<BR><BR>There are a bunch of ways to skin this cat.
I suppose so, but ugh. What would you do? <BR> Application( Session.SessionID ) = "whatever"<BR>????<BR><BR>Anyway, you forgot cookies and hidden form fields [different than querystring because you can then use <FORM Method=Post> and the user doesn't see them being passed].<BR><BR>
A link? Sure.<BR><BR><FORM Name="HiddenForm" Method="Post" Action="AnotherPage.asp"><BR><INPUT Type="Hidden" Name="HiddenField" Value="<%=whatever%>" ><BR></FORM><BR><BR><A HREF="#" onClick="document.HiddenForm.submit( ); return false;"><BR>click here to go bye-bye<BR></A><BR>