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    Capturing selected field in table populated from DB

    I have a page that displays a table that is based upon a query to a SQL DB. The field in question is also defined as a hyperlink to another page allowing the user to register for a course. See below:
    Response.Write("<a href=""trainingreq.asp"">")
    Response.Write(rsTraining("CourseDate"))

    When the user clicks on Course date it opens the Training request form and allows them to fill in name etc. What I have been trying to do very unsuccessfully is capture the date in the table that they chose and then put that table in a form field on the page being opened for use in an email. I have all the rest of it working but cannot figure out how to grab the "CourseDate" that the user selects!

    I suppose this is a lame question but as you have already figured out I am not a Java programmer. Any help would be appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCRobman View Post
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    I suppose this is a lame question but as you have already figured out I am not a Java programmer. Any help would be appreciated!
    We also figured out you are not much of Javascript programmer either. Wrong forum for this question!

    Good Luck!

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    How pathetic - sure hope no one else makes a mistake in where they post a question!

    Did you enjoy that?
    Pathetic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCRobman View Post
    Did you enjoy that?
    Pathetic!
    Sorry. No injury intended.
    I just did not want you to wait for a response that might never come.

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