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Sending variable arugment to 2nd asp page.

Sending variable arugment to 2nd asp page.

Sending variable arugment to 2nd asp page.

I want to pass a variable from one asp to another which then checks the value of the passed variable.  The variable is a radio button which when clicked sets the value as 1, 2, 3 or 4.

Here is the line that does the send:

"listingfunctions" should contain a "1" or "2" or "3" or "4".

In the 2nd asp I do a entryTypeValue = Request.QueryString("listingfunctions"), but when I Response.Write that variable, it is empty.  I do Dim entryTypeValue.

What am I doing wrong?


RE: Sending variable arugment to 2nd asp page.

Use javascript to append the key and value to the onclick attribute string when the radio button is clicked.


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