Sure why not<BR><BR>response.redirect "PageName.asp?Param1=abc"<BR><BR>or even window.location.replace in client side<BR><BR>you will not be CALLING the page but you will be passing a parameter and LOADING the lage
If you want to use it in the code of that asp page, you would use:<BR>Request.Querystring("myparam")<BR>(althoug h technically you don't need the Querystring part after Request - it's up to you)
Ok. <BR><BR>My URL in the HTML page is: showstore.asp?theStoreNo = 'AE-966'.<BR>When I do Response.write Request.Querystring("theStoreNo") in showstore.asp it shows nothing.<BR><BR>Do you have any idea?
When you look at the Address from within the asp page, what do you see? You should see showstore.asp?theStoreNo='AE-966'. If you do, that's one good thing. If not, make sure you aren't putting any spaces within the URL.