Aug 6, 2000, 12:55 PM
Post #2 of 3
Take a look at the form on the page that points to the asp page and stick all of the hidden values in the url, and as usuall the search box name with the query also. It will work if you do that.
Re: Getting info from asp scripts
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Do You know what I mean by sticking hidden values in the url?
if not here's what to do.
open html source on the page that you do your search on. If your viewing it in notepad press f3 and search for "<form" to find the form quickly. Check for any tags like <input type="hidden" name="type" value="search">
That's a hidden value. Won't show in urls. Asp or not. but then to put that in the url you would do this.
You would do that for all of them if you find any.
As for the search read the name of the search box and if it's "query" then you would end up with
That worked for me.
[This message has been edited by perlkid (edited 08-06-2000).]