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How to get the form parameter in the HTML page?

 
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I am calling a html page from another html page.. I am passing the form parameters.. How can I get those form parameter in the HTML page..
My first html:

How can I get the Plan_Sponsor value in the result.html page?

Please help me..
 
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<form method="get" action="result.html?val=getElementById('Plan_Sponsor').value>

The value will pass as querystring. And you can access the this value from next page.

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Thanks for the reply.. i could pass it.. I dont know how to access it in the result.html..

Can you help me..
 
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What Platform are you using? JSP or .Net?
 
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I am just doing the mock up screens using html..
My platform is jsp..
 
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<%=request.getParameter("val");%>

Just put this tag where you want the value to get displayed(in textbox or labels or in table columns).
 
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Can I use this <%=request.getParameter("val");%> in the html, without running the server?
 
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No You have to compile it in the server.
 
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Originally posted by Jessica James:
Can I use this <%=request.getParameter("val");%> in the html, without running the server?



have you try this?
[ April 13, 2007: Message edited by: Saif uddin ]
 
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ok.. Thank you very much..
 
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Originally posted by Jessica James:
i could pass it.. I dont know how to access it in the result.html..



Jessica,

You could use "window.location.search" to get the query string/search string in your result.html page. There aren't any javascript buit-in convenience methods that I know of to get the particular parameter value you want by name, though. You would have to parse the string yourself to get the value you're need, or use a library like Prototype to help you with it.
 
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Indeed. Prototype extends the native JavaScript String object with a toQueryParams() method that does just that.
 
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