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Javascript Variable to Server-Side (Classic ASP) Variable

Javascript Variable to Server-Side (Classic ASP) Variable

Javascript Variable to Server-Side (Classic ASP) Variable

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Does anyone know if it is possible to pass a Javascript variable into a classic ASP variable (i.e. pass it into a server-side variable)?

It is easy to pass a classic ASP variable into a Javascript variable, but, I was wondering if anyone knows how to do it the other way around?


Thanks.

RE: Javascript Variable to Server-Side (Classic ASP) Variable

No you can't, the ASP code is over and done before javascript even starts.

So;

You will have to submit the page and the value to the server.

OR

Use AJAX methods to POST or GET the value to a URL that can process it.

Chris.

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