But a set of radio buttons with the SAME NAME (there is no reason to give them *any* ID...it's almost useless) will ONLY produce a *SINGLE* value!
That is, if you have:
<input type="radio" name="group1" value="1">
<input type="radio" name="group1" value="2">
<input type="radio" name="group1" value="3">
then in the ASP code you will do
group1 = Request("group1")
and you will *ONLY* get a SINGLE value. You will *NEVER* get a comma-separated list. There is NEVER any reason to SPLIT anything.
OH WAIT! I SEE IT!
You have the "group" in the WRONG PLACE in your ASP code:
For i = 0 TO UBound( ArraySKU )
intIndexID = intIndexID & "," & Request("group" & i)
Is *that* what you are after???
But this makes NO SENSE! Why go to all that trouble to convert those separate radio button values into a list and then SPLIT the list to get an array????
Why not just DIRECTLY use
Request("group" & i)
when you want the i'th radio button value???