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Language: Active Server Pages (ASP)
Expertise: Beginner
Aug 10, 1999

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Detect if the Submit Button Was Pressed

Question:
How do I tell if the 'submit' button on a form has been clicked when I call the ASP page back to process the input?

Answer:

If you set up your submit button like this:


You will see a command button with the caption "Do It" on it. When you click it, your form gets submitted. In the ASP page, you can access the value of this command button. If Request("cmd") = "Do It" then you know the submit button was pressed, else it will be blank.

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