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passing values from asp to asp.net through an html form

Posted on 2011-09-13
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Hello experts,
I have some code like this
    response.write "<td><form method=post action=/adhoc/aspnet/user_maint.aspx name=frm"&cnt&">"
    response.write "<input type=hidden value="&oRS("network_account")&" name=network_account> "
    response.write "<input type=hidden value="&request.form("lname")&" name=lname> "
    response.write "<input type=hidden value="&oRS("employee_id")&" name=employee_id> "
    response.Write "<a href=javascript:document.frm"&cnt&".submit();><b>"&oRS("fullname")&"</b></a></form></td> "

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How do I access those hidden values inside my user_maint.aspx page? This is not working.
    <asp:TextBox ID="TextBox1" runat="server" Text=request.form("employee_id")></asp:TextBox>

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Then how do I pass those values back to asp? There is probably a much better way to do this. Thanks.


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by:Dave Baldwin
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You need to make sure there is a value (other than blank) for that hidden element.  Elements without values are not sent when the form is submitted.  That's standard HTML procedure.
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Ryan Chong earned 500 total points
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You can always set your TextBox's Text in code behind's Page_Load event instead.
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by:dpicco
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I was able to do this in Page_Load
            Session["employee_id"] = Request.Form["employee_id"];

Is there a way to use the request.form just in the the aspx page without using the code behind?
Thanks.
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