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Old June 21st, 2004, 07:06 AM
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I mean, without writing any code, there is no way to get back the previously typed values. In ASP.Net, there is a way to retrieve posted values incase there is some error.

Yes, you can post the form to the same page and have the same form. But since the form is big and it involves lot of variables (to temporarily save the posted values), it will make the pages lengthy. (I hate long pages !!)

gazi_nomi,

If you are using same page for showing form as well as validating and storing into db, you need to initialize all the variables which will be used to store the posted values.
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