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Default Problem with request.form.

Let us say i have a page called accountplan.asp
I am having several textboxes,textareas and buttons.
I have two buttons
1. addrelation
2. addKeyplayer
when i click on the addrelation button i am calling a function addrrelation() writing in javascript.
function addrelation()
{formname.action="accountplan.asp?action=addrelati on";
formname.submit;
}
Similarly i have another function called addkeyplayer and this time the querystring being passed is addkeyplayer

The problem i am facing is when i give
for each temp in request.form
response.write(temp)
next
I am not able to see certain textbox names. why is this so.According to my knowledge whenever i give the for loop mentioned above it should display the name or Id of all the elements present on the screen.





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Hi there,

Is this about ASP.NET 2? If so, why are you using the Request.Form collection instead of accessing controls like TextBoxes directly? Can you post the source for the page and its Code Behind?

If it's not about ASP.NET, you may want to repost this in a more appropriate forum, like one of the ASP or ASP.NET 1.x forums here: http://p2p.wrox.com/asp-net-asp-12

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