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hi,
i have four asp's.i have a value in 1.asp.this value is posted to 2.asp,but i want that same value in 4.asp
my code is as follows

1.asp

<html>
<body>
<form action = 2.asp method =post>
<%dim var
var = 5%>
</form>
</body>
</html>
***************************
2.asp

<html>
<%dim var1%>
<% var1 = Request("var")%>
<frameset>
<frame name =frame1 src=3.asp>
<frame name =frame2 src=4.asp>
</frameset>
</html>
**
i want the value in 2.asp in 4.asp,the problem i think is due to frame creation ,is there any solution to this problem.if so reply with code.thanx.







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Question by:rvsamuel
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Pass the variable in a querystring to 4.asp

2.asp

<html>
<%dim var1%>
<% var1 = Request("var")%>
<frameset>
<frame name =frame1 src=3.asp>
<frame name =frame2 src=4.asp?var=<%var1%>>
</frameset>
</html>

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by:rvsamuel
ID: 1856295
Sybe,
thanx for the response.the problem still persists.I have a doubt.
<frame name =frame2 src=4.asp?var=<%var1%>> ,are u using the same variable used in 1.asp(though it is local)?The second is how do i retrieve it in my 4.asp,still i cannot retrieve it.I used
var2 = Request.Querystring(var)
Response.Write var2
Is this right?or where am i wrong

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by:sybe
ID: 1856296


sorry type:

<frame name =frame2 src=4.asp?var=<%=var1%>>
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by:rvsamuel
ID: 1856297
thanx my problem is solved
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