on submit of a form, I would like to capture the field names and values of the forms and I want them passed without even showing in the browser (Response.Write makes them visible in the browser). How I can do this please? I am using this code:
For Each Item In Request.Form fieldName = Item fieldValue = Request.Form(Item) Response.Write(""& fieldName &" = Request.Form("""& fieldName &""")") Next
preguntado el 31 de enero de 12 a las 08:01
Your code is essentially correct, so just remove the
Response.Write and do something else with the
fieldName y la
fieldValue variables you're populating. After you're done with manipulating the data (either inserting it into a database or sending an e-mail), you can redirect the user to a success / thank you page.
To test that you're receiving the correct input, you can change your
Response.Write fieldName & " = " & fieldValue & "<br>"
Here's how you could use a Dictionary Object to put your field names and field values together:
Dim Item, fieldName, fieldValue Dim a, b, c, d Set d = Server.CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary") For Each Item In Request.Form fieldName = Item fieldValue = Request.Form(Item) d.Add fieldName, fieldValue Next ' Rest of the code is for going through the Dictionary a = d.Keys ' Field names ' b = d.Items ' Field values ' For c = 0 To d.Count - 1 Response.Write a(c) & " = " & b(c) Response.Write "<br>" Next
This is a very small snippet I use to show all form fields POSTED
<% For x = 1 to Request.Form.Count Response.Write x & ": " _ & Request.Form.Key(x) & "=" & Request.Form.Item(x) & "<BR>" Next %>