Sure it is.<BR><BR><% For iCount = 1 to 5 Step 1 %><BR><TR><TD><texta rea name='text_<%= iCount %>'></td></tr><BR><% Next %><BR><BR><input type=hidden name=total value=<%= iCount %>><BR><BR>Then, on the next page:<BR><BR><% count = Request("total")<BR> For x = 1 to count Step 1<BR> Response.write(Request("text_" & x) & "<BR>")<BR> Next %>
Ok what i have is an on-line resume for a section of my site. I have a page where it allows you to go in and check the boxes for the sections which you feel you should be included in the resume. That is built through an array. The next page is dynamically built based on your selections. Again through another array. The information is then passed from those text fields to a third page where, through another array you view the output. the out put is for testing only right now. What i need to do is to take that last page and send the information to a table in my database. However whenever i do a request.form it comes back with an error that says, The function expects a string as input. I am assuming that is because it is not seeing anything in the name i gave the textfield where the information was inputted.<BR><BR>I hope that makes sense.