Posted on 2003-11-25
Last Modified: 2013-11-19
I have a problem sending parameters to a frameset page, I need to know from the page in frame "TOP" the value of the parameter received, but I can´t to obtain this value.

This is the instruction in the page load method that I used:

lbl1.Text = Request.QueryString("lang")

Please help!!!

Thanks for your attention!!!
Question by:luisrojast
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> I have a problem sending parameters to a frameset page, I need to know from
> the page in frame "TOP" the value of the parameter received, but I can´t to
> obtain this value.

You need to pass that value along from your frameset page.  Make your frameset page an ASP page (if it isn't already).  Then, in your frameset, you need to add the querystring to each page.
     <frame name="Top" src="Whatever.asp?<%=Request.QueryString%>" id="Main">

Just do that for every frame in your frameset, and you should be fine.

Let me know what problems (if any) you have.

Hope That Helps,

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Thank you very much Dexstar, that was exactly the solution that I needed.
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You're quite welcome.  I'm glad I could help you!  :)


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