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Default form in asp that modifies a previously conducted a search


I have a web application in ASP 3 db connection to SQL Server.

I need to create a form in asp that modifies a previously conducted a search.

Step 1: The user performs an initial search query on a form in a database sql

example (http://www.fotocasa.es/)

Step 2: On the page with the results, we get a list of records and also the initial search criteria plus a list of form controls to refine the original search.

example: (http://www.fotocasa.es/search/result...so%20barcelona)

Thank you!

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