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Old January 21st, 2009, 08:51 PM
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exactly i donno why its not displaying the values entered once you click on submit button (In case of any input error[validation])
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Old January 21st, 2009, 09:32 PM
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Oh, wait!!!!

You started using that ARRAY as we suggested to you in another thread!!!

FNameArray(0) = trim(request.Form("iFName1"))
FEmailArray(0) = trim(request.Form("iFEmail1"))
FNameArray(1) = trim(request.Form("iFName2"))
FEmailArray(1) = trim(request.Form("iFEmail2"))
FNameArray(2) = trim(request.Form("iFName3"))
FEmailArray(2) = trim(request.Form("iFEmail3"))
FNameArray(3) = trim(request.Form("iFName4"))
FEmailArray(3) = trim(request.Form("iFEmail4"))
FNameArray(4) = trim(request.Form("iFName5"))
FEmailArray(4) = trim(request.Form("iFEmail5"))

So you can't use iFName1 and so on any more!!!

You must *EITHER* use
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<input name="iFName1" value="<%=FNameArray(0)%>" >
*or*
<input name="iFName1" value="<%=Request("iFName1")%>" >
I would probably go with the second choice, just because it is more intuitive.
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Old January 21st, 2009, 09:46 PM
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Many many thanks for your great help....it works now



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