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Passing Parameters From one asp page to another

Posted on 1999-01-20
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Hello all long time no ask

i need to Pass Parameters From one asp page to another
with out using the submit button.
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rafistern earned 20 total points
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Do you mean you want a URL in one ASP generated page to submit the parameter received by the page to another?

If so then this should do the trick:

<a href="second.asp?param1=<%=Request.QueryString('param1')%>&param2=<%=Request.QueryString('param2')%>">Click here</a>

You are writing the url of a page with paarmeters as if it were a "get" submitted form
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