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hi.
I can get the value of "console" textbox if I remove id="console"
why? and how I solved, I use id="console" for complicated jquery

<form method="POST" action="xxxx.asp" name="executeform">
<textarea name="console"  id="console" rows=10 cols=80  ></textarea>
<button type=submit id="xxxSQL" onclick="document.getElementById('executesqlform').submit();">Execute SQL</button>
</form>

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by:Big Monty
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all of your attribute values should be surrounded by quotes:

<textarea name="console"  id="console" rows="10" cols="80"  ></textarea>

also, you do not need the onclick event on your button if it's a submit button:

<button type=submit id="xxxSQL" onclick="document.getElementById('executesqlform').submit();">Execute SQL</button>

should be

<button type="submit" id="xxxSQL" >Execute SQL</button>
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by:ethar1
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same result
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by:Big Monty
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can you post your server side code?
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by:ethar1
ID: 39816015
pExecuteSQL = Request.Form("console")         
Response.write pExecuteSQL
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by:Big Monty
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what do you get written out to the screen if you run this code on its own:

<%
if Request.Form("btnSubmit") = "1" then
     Response.Write "console: " & Request.Form("console")
end if 
%>
<html>
<head></head>
<body>
<form method="POST" action="test.asp" name="executeform">
<textarea name="console"  id="console" rows="10" cols="80"  ></textarea>
<button type=submit id="xxxSQL" name="btnSubmit" value="1">Execute SQL</button>
</form>
</body>
</html>

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if that works for you, then there's something else with your code. It's hard to tell without seeing the whole page
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by:ethar1
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ohh, I am very sorry ,... it was my mistake , I handle click event on javascript file

thanks Big Monty
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