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HTML Form (ASP.NET) and Flex on same page?

HTML Form (ASP.NET) and Flex on same page?

HTML Form (ASP.NET) and Flex on same page?

(OP)
QUESTION:
Can I submit an HTML form and Flex values from one submit button?

BACKGROUND:
I am developing an inventory system.  The "Add Product" page of the system has two main sections.

Section 1: HTML form with text fields for product information (cost, price, etc...)

Section 2: FLEX component that connects to a webcam and captures a picture of the product.  When a picture is taken it immidiately uploads the image to the server.  

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Can I create one submit button that will submit all of text field inputs (Section 1) AND the name of the picture taken in the FLEX component (Section 2) to a database for storage?
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NOT THE BEST SOLUTION:
Right now the only solution I can figure out is to have a submite button for submitting the text fields in Section 1 and another submit button to submitting the image information from Section 2.

POTENTIAL DISASTER:
I just don't want to have two submit buttons.  If I capture an image and click the wrong button I will loose the image and submit the text fields instead.  Or, if I fill in all of the text fields and then hit the image submit button I will loose all of the info in my text fields.

RE: HTML Form (ASP.NET) and Flex on same page?

(OP)
Thank you!  I will read up.   

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