Getting an error message on submit

Has anyone seen this before?

Request object: 006~ASP 0207~Cannot use Request.Form~Cannot use Request.Form collection after calling BinaryRead."

I have a simple if statement throwing this error:

if Request.form("submitted") <> "" then
   response.write "Thanks for submitting"
end if
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Are you using ASPUpload?
If so, then this might be useful to you...

From this link:

After you use the Pure ASP Upload you can't use the Request.Form collection. You should use instead UploadFormRequest(..)

So for example,instead of writing:

Now you should write:


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sl1ngerAuthor Commented:
ok. I am using an upload.  I wrote in the uploadformrequest and the new error is "variable undefined".
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sl1ngerAuthor Commented:
I actually have 3 different forms in the page.  The first is the upload and later I call the other form to remove items from a list.  Could the read connection be closed and allow my page to function normally?  Or I wonder how I could use UploadFormRequest...
sl1ngerAuthor Commented:
As for the last web link... It puts me closer w/ objFileUp.Form("submitted"); however, my remove form that calls submitted is actually named frmRemove.
sl1ngerAuthor Commented:
ok, I think if I just change my form enctype from form-data.  It may work.
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