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I am trying to retreive values the user entered for registration on the registration page, but they need to agree to the terms and conditions page before they are added to the database. When they click register they are brought to the terms&Con page, if they agree then i want the form action of t&c to call AddUser.

---Register Page---
<form action="TermsAndConditions.asp" name="frmUser" method="post"
 align="left" onsubmit="return verifyData()">
 <table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2">
   <td>Trader name:</td>
   <td><input type="text" name="txtTraderName" value=""
   <td><input type="password" name="pwdPassword" value="" size="20"
       maxlength="20" /></td>

---AddToDBase Page---

  rsUsers("MemberId") = memId
  rsUsers("TraderName") = request.frmUser("txtTraderName")
  rsUsers("Password") = request.frmUser("pwdPassword")

Really really appreciate any help
Thanks in advance

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