At any way, the order of the request parameters is not specified in the HTML specification. It may be dependent on the webbrowser and appserver used. I wouldn't rely on this.
Look for a solution in another direction. What is it that you're trying to process? Tabular data or so? Try using input name suffixes the smart way. Pass a hidden input element in each row denoting the row ID and suffix the name of all other input elements in the same row with that value.
This guy is so lazy!!!<br />There is nothing left!
Joined: Aug 11, 2008
I have form with a bunch of parameters in it,
in this case a start date and an end date,
I have tested the code and it is not guaranteed that the order of the elements will be displayed, I didnt know if there was a way to ensure the order the parameters would be retreived in the loop, (ie the order they are in the html source).
Thanks for your replies, (I am not lazy though!), I could uniquely identify them as suggested above if order cant be guaranteed another way.
Thanks again for your suggestions