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getting form values from ColdFusion programn to asp.net program

getting form values from ColdFusion programn to asp.net program

getting form values from ColdFusion programn to asp.net program

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How do you submit a form from a ColdFusion program to an asp.net program?
When I try, I get an error 404. The programs are in the same directory. Submitting between ColdFusion programs works ok.

RE: getting form values from ColdFusion programn to asp.net program

Hi,

What are you actually trying to do? Are you passing this from a form when the user clicks submit or are you doing it in the background?

From a form, you would simply write your form to pass either GET or POST variables and your receiving page would pull in those variables, or if you are doing it in the background you would normally look at using CFHTTP or similar.

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Wullie

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RE: getting form values from ColdFusion programn to asp.net program

404 means the action page in your form element likely has a typo.

<form target="ThisTargetDocumentMightBeMisspelled.asp">

Lyndon

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