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  1. #1
    Martin Hogg Guest

    Default ASP queryStrings and forms

    Right, here it is. I&#039;ve got a page that is reading information from a querystring from the previous page, ok?<BR><BR>The page then links to another page. I want to link back from that page using a form, but the original page I want to link back to is still set up to read from a querystring not from a form. What do I do?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: ASP queryStrings and forms

    You could change the form&#039;s method to GET.<BR><BR>Or you could replace Request.QueryString("stuff")<BR>with Request("stuff").<BR><BR>The first method should be more efficient, though. If you do Request("stuff"), you will find Request.Form and Request.QueryString stuff.<BR><BR>

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