I would recommend session variables. Try this:

[url]http://www.macromedia.com/support/ultradev/ts/doents/passingformdata.htm[/url]

-- Mike

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Michael Langner
Macromedia Technical Support
[email]supportinfomacromedia.com[/email]
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Michelle A. wrote:
> Hi everyone.
>
> Looking for some help setting up some asp.net forms along with using session
> variables.
>
> To keep my example simple, here is what I would like to do.
>
> Visitor starts at page one: enters first name -- presses the "next" button.
> Visitor continues to page two: enters middle name (information previously
> entered will display at the top for verification purposes) -- pressed the
> "next" button
> Visitor comes to the last page for the form and enters last name -- press
> next button.
> The last page is a review page where the user can make sure all the info is
> correct and presses the "submit for processing" button where the user
> information will be written to an sql database.
>
> The form will be more obviously have more information to fill out besides
> just your name between three pages, but the logic is the same for each page.
> I just need help getting things started on this scaled down version of what
> I want to do. Any links or code ideas would be great.
>
> Thanks in advance for your reply.
>
> Michelle
>
>
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