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ASP.NET build/read field value in HTTP string

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this should be an easy one

i have a function in a vb.net app that a user can select a record in a datagrid and hit F8 to call up internet explorer to navigate to a asp.net page i created to retrieve further information about the record.
it was easy in asp to build the selected records value into into the http request and then do a request("field").value from the next asp page to work on.

what should the http request look like in asp.net
 
http://www.mysite.com/default.aspx&Login="TEST"

then how would i retrieve the login value from the asp.net page?
also can i hide the url so it does not show up in the address bar.

hope this makes sense, thanks in advance.











 
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Same way as ASP, if it's and HTML element or querystring.
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That was exactly what I needed!
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Glad to help ...good luck
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