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in my asp i don't have a submit button instead i have hyperlinks,can i post values form one asp to the other.
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Question by:rvsamuel
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by:rafistern
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You can do this by Javascript like this

<form name=theForm action="whatever.asp">
.
<a href="javascript:theForm.submit()">Submit</a>
</form>
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I have to use only VBScript and not JScript
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Every browser that supports VBScript supports JavaScript. However VBScript is only supported by IE.
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Every browser that supports VBScript supports JavaScript. However VBScript is only supported by IE.
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by:rvsamuel
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yes my constraint is that i should use only VBScript

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by:rvsamuel
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i used <a href="vbscript:theForm.submit()">Submit</a> ,
its not working.

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Sorry i don't know anything about VBScript.
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by:acsmith
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do you have to actually submit the form? how about appending the info to the url: <a href="nextasp.asp?variable=value">Submit</a>
Hope this helps. If not, how about a bit more detail...
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rafistern : If you want to call your asp file through a <form...> tag then you must use the <input type=submit ....>.

On the other hand, if you do not want to use a submit button, then you can do it with just a simple link like this :
<a href="whatever.asp">submit</a>. This will work.
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