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Forms: Data Passing

Posted on 2006-04-23
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2010-04-09
Hi Guys,

I need to pass a set of data to be passed to a page "getmapprocess.asp" situated on the customer site using form. Is there any way that I can pass this automatically once our page being load instead of having to click submit button everytime? Below is the sample code given by my customer:-

<form name=frm method=post action="http://www.3gavl.com/TIY/getmapprocess.asp">
        Transaction_ID:<input name=Transaction_ID value="10001" ><br>
        Userid:<input name=Userid value="testuserid" ><br>
        Request_ID:<input name=Request_ID value="20002" ><br>
        Latitude:<input name=Latitude value="123.456789" ><br>
        Longitude:<input name=Longitude value="234.567890" ><br>
        First_RequestID:<input name=First_RequestID value="1" ><br>
        Other_Request:<input name=Other_Request value="0" ><br>
        Transaction_Time:<input name=Transaction_Time value="2006-04-20 10:20:36.850"><br>
        <INPUT type=submit value=Submit>

Appreciate your help here. Thanks a lot.
Question by:rs-250
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Expert Comment

ID: 16522947
Somthing like this would do it:

<FORM NAME="frm">

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript"><!--

Obviously you can play around with the value.

Author Comment

ID: 16523110
How about this then?

<BODY onLoad="updatequery.submit()">
  <img src="gif\globe.gif" height="40" width="40" align="middle">
  <form name="updatequery" method="post" action="http://www.3gavl.com/TIY/getmapprocess.asp">
     <input name="userid" value="#userid#" type="hidden">
      <input name="request_id" value="#requestid#" type="hidden">
      <input name="latitude" value="#latitude#" type="hidden">
      <input name="longitude" value="#longitude#" type="hidden">
      <input name="first_requestid" value="#FirstRequest#" type="hidden">
      <input name="other_request" value="#OtherRequest#" type="hidden">
      <input name="transaction_time" value="#CreateODBCDateTime(Now())#" type="hidden">
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Expert Comment

ID: 16527160
Since you are using ASP pages, you can set session variable. This way you can just set the session variables and then Response.Redirect(somewhere.asp).

Author Comment

ID: 16531010

On my side, we're using CFM while the client on ASP
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Accepted Solution

strickdd earned 1000 total points
ID: 16531604
You can use query strings, but they can be hacked somewhat. The best option would probably be the javascript submit.

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