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read input value by asp

Posted on 2002-07-18
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hi

how i can read data from input box value in asp
not by using "submit"
just in the same page

somthing like that in vbscript:

Vr = myformname.textname.value
how i can do this statment in ASP

ASAP
plz
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Question by:issamtaher
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by:AlonHirsch
ID: 7161865
Hi,

You can not perform this in ASP.
ASP is Server side code and HTML is Client Side.
The only way you can get Client Side information to the Server Side (ASP) is by submitting the form.
On the Server Side (ASP) there is only text files (.asp etc.) that need to be processed by the server.
When a user requests a page, the server processes the .asp page and build HTML to send back to the Client (browser).

HTH,
Alon
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by:issamtaher
ID: 7161873
so  AlonHirsch and all

how i can read URL parameter in asp
www.mypage.com ? Id=100 & Name=ttt

how i can read Id and Name

somthing like location.search in VBscript

thx alot
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by:drittich
ID: 7161893
Dim sID, sName
sID = Request.QueryString("Id")
sName = Request.QueryString("Name")
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by:issamtaher
ID: 7161896
so  AlonHirsch and all

how i can read URL parameter in asp
www.mypage.com ? Id=100 & Name=ttt

how i can read Id and Name

somthing like location.search in VBscript

thx alot
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AlonHirsch earned 250 total points
ID: 7161898
Hi,

If your URL is http://www.mypage.com?Id=100&Name=ttt
(no spaces!!!) then in the ASP page you would read the ID and Name as follows :
<%
   ' declare variables to store the ID and Name (variants)
   dim vID
   dim vName

   ' get the ID from the URL
   vID = Request.QueryString("ID")
   vID = Request.QueryString("Name")
%>

If you are posting the variables from within a FORM on the HTML, you would use Request.Form instead of Request.QueryString

HTH,
Alon
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by:issamtaher
ID: 7161902
so  AlonHirsch and all

how i can read URL parameter in asp
www.mypage.com ? Id=100 & Name=ttt

how i can read Id and Name

somthing like location.search in VBscript

thx alot
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by:issamtaher
ID: 7161917
so  AlonHirsch and all

how i can read URL parameter in asp
www.mypage.com ? Id=100 & Name=ttt

how i can read Id and Name

somthing like location.search in VBscript

thx alot
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by:issamtaher
ID: 7161920
thaks alot
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by:issamtaher
ID: 7161924
thanks alot sir
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by:chops123
ID: 7161953
Although this isnt possible using ASP,its quite possible using a client side script like VBScript or Javascript.

You can do something like this..

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE=VBScript TYPE="text/vbscript">
   makeMsgBox = InputBox("Enter Name !","Title","")
   msg = "Hi " & makeMsgBox & " how are you !"
   document.write msg
</SCRIPT>


Regards
KC
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by:drittich
ID: 7161982
Two things:

1) I answered prior to Alon..., and
2) If you are using his code, change

vID = Request.QueryString("Name")

to

vName = Request.QueryString("Name")
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