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Posted on 2000-04-04
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I got a situation. There is one form but there are a few submit button but else submit button would like to open separate page.. and all data in the form is avaiable to all page that is created by a submit button in the form... how can i do?
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Question by:mrvithan
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chteril earned 10 total points
ID: 2683351
try this:

<script>
function submitForm(s){
  document.theForm.action=s;
  document.theForm.submit();
}
</script>

<form name='theform'>

<input type='button' value='submit1' onclick='submitForm("page1.html");'>

<input type='button' value='submit2' onclick='submitForm("page2.html");'>



</form>
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by:qiang8
ID: 2683378
First create the main.html form.

<form name="btn" Action="choose.asp" method="post">

<input type="submit" name="btnSelect" value="a">
<input type="submit" name="btnSelect" value="b">
<input type="submit" name="btnSelect" value="c">

There make the decision where to go at choose.asp

<%
dim toPage

select case request("btnSelect")
case "a"
  toPage = "page1.asp"
case "b"
  toPage = "page2.asp"
case "c"
  toPage = "page3.asp"
end select

response.redirect toPage

%>

I believe this will work well.
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Expert Comment

by:qiang8
ID: 2683398
Opps..., the one I post is a server side scripting.
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by:mrvithan
ID: 2683422
I didn't try it yet? but i quite believe it work
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