Posting Info From SQL2000 triggers to ASP's Forms

Posted on 2005-05-16
Last Modified: 2010-03-19
Is there any method that i can post some info from triggers to asp's FORMs?

For example, i get a @username and @password (Insert/update process) and then, post it back to an asp forms.....
Question by:dynamicrevolutions

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    so, I know your meaning,but if you want display in form, the answer is "NO",for asp must be response then get infos, so you can in client refresh it(username and password store in a temp table or others table)!
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    as ms sql server can support COM object

    u may probably want to read up on XMLHTTP, which you can use to post something from MS SQL.

    I'm not so sure, but i use XMLHTTP to request something with "GET" method (default), but I'm sure it can also support "POST" method

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