From my personal experience, I don't seem to see any big difference
in performance. This is due to the fact that the size of querystring is
limited to 128 bytes and even there's a difference in retrieving from
querystring or form, the difference isn't perceivable. But if the quantity
of data is big, you have no choice but to use POST method.
Hope this answer your question.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: vweston@m...
> Sent: lundi 10 mars 2003 12:40
> To: asp_discuss
> Subject: [asp_discuss] request object + forms
> Does it really matter/effect performance if for one variable
> on a page you
> do not specify whether it is a request.form or
> request.querystring and
> instead just write request("variable")? I am sending a form
> to the same
> page where the variable could be either.