It always better to use POST method, cos Get method reveals the form data in the Location bar while sending to or receiving by the .asp file. Also there is a limit in data size you can transmit via Get Method , so better use POST method whenever possible. Finally it your habit which decides always.<BR><BR> Good Luck
Doesn't matter. Either method=GET OR POST. Will do what you instruct it to do. They have the same functionality except with METHOD=GET, the name within your form e.g. name=empname<BR>will be passed in your querystring. With POST, you will not see it. It's a matter of preference. I personally like GET. I like to see what I am passing and if is passing correctly.<BR><BR>Another issue. On the receiving page, you have to do...<BR>form_empid= Request.Form("empid") FOR METHOD=POST<BR>form_empid=Request.QueryString("emp id") FOR METHOD=GET<BR><BR>Search learnasp.com or asp101.com or even 4guysfromrolla.com for examples.
yea.. I have searched everywhere.. and all tutorials/samples are so simply done that it is pissing me off, cause they don't seem to work when I use parts of them in my code.. and I'm pretty sure I don't have any errors in my code either... (look at msg above..) but I probably do.. although IE5's script debugger isn't finding anything wrong and is just kinda freezing up.. but not freezing.. it's just that the progress meter goes a little ways then it says done but the cursor still is "an hourglass" or is saying to wait.. it doesn't make sense when it says done.. because wouldn't that mean that it has went all the way through my .asp? but it still doesn't change the ".mdb" file.. and it is driving me insane.. this is 2 days of bullshit. .and I know it's so easy... and I'm sad that I can't do it.. :(