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  1. #1
    Jeff Guest

    <form> Question


    The ASP page is originally called with:

    "<A HREF=ContractDetail.asp?myNDC=" & Records.Fields("NDC").Value ">"



    I want to modify the "action" in the following line to accept the same/equivalant
    parameter.

    <form name="frmSave" action="ContractDetail.asp" method="post">

    Something like:

    <form name="frmSave" action="ContractDetail.asp?myNDC=" & Records.Fields("NDC").Value
    & "method="post">"

    What is the correct syntax for this? It's making me crazy! :-)

    Thanks



  2. #2
    simon Guest

    Re: <form> Question


    You could try something like this:
    <%
    dim myNDC
    myNDC = "myNDC=" & Record.Fields("NDC").value
    %>

    <form name="frmSave" method="post" action="ContractDetail.asp?<%=myNDC%>">


    /Simon


    "Jeff" <jeffm@earthlink.net> wrote:
    >
    >The ASP page is originally called with:
    >
    >"<A HREF=ContractDetail.asp?myNDC=" & Records.Fields("NDC").Value ">"
    >
    >
    >
    >I want to modify the "action" in the following line to accept the same/equivalant
    >parameter.
    >
    ><form name="frmSave" action="ContractDetail.asp" method="post">
    >
    >Something like:
    >
    ><form name="frmSave" action="ContractDetail.asp?myNDC=" & Records.Fields("NDC").Value
    >& "method="post">"
    >
    >What is the correct syntax for this? It's making me crazy! :-)
    >
    >Thanks
    >
    >



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