How to reference a form in a page and how to send out more than one parameter

Monjoie Dominique asked on February 15, 2016 12:51


I have a form in one page. People have to fulfill it and after that, when they Submit the form, they are redirected to another page with another form to confirm and sign something.

In the first and second form, three fields are identical and I'd like to avoid people to write another time the same data.

In the URL redirection of the Submit button, I try something like ~/path/path/page.aspx?WhoIs=<%#Eval("WhoIs")%>"> but it doesn't work. So, I think I have to reference the form between the page and the field (WhoIs) but how to do that ? Second question : haw to pass the 3 parameters ? do I have to add an '&' between the different arguments ?


Best regards

Correct Answer

David te Kloese answered on February 15, 2016 15:05


You could also instruct your form to show or hide data based on choices made. You could use the "Has depending fields" and "Depends on another field" and show hide them only when needed.

or you could have a look at some custom multi-step forms:



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Brenden Kehren answered on February 15, 2016 15:06

There is a question about this same feature here:

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