Ticket #762 ( Pending Customer )

Short Description Using variables for SS.AddInput area
Entered By: Antwanet When: 2001-05-14 21:34:14 Build: 3.0.0K Bet
Categories Type: Question   Department: Product   Category: Not Categorized
How can I use variables that I declare in my application to 
pass to my stml file in ASP. Ex. instead of using 
SS.AddInput ("test", Request.querystring("test"), 
request.form("test"), how can I change the request 
variables to variables that I declare.

Append By: Big Kahuna  When: 2001-05-14 22:13:20  New Status: Pending Customer
You still need to use the AddInput method to pass 
information to your Screensurfer transaction section that 
you are executing via your ASP page.  

If you want to pass "hard-coded" information you can code 
an AddInput similar to the following:

SS.AddInput "test","this is hard-coded test info"

or if you have a session variable you want to pass in, you 
would code the AddInput similar to the following:

SS.AddInput "test", Session("test")

Again, "test" is the variable passed in which the value is 
referenced by "web.test" in your Screensurfer transaction 
Append By: WindSurfer  When: 2001-05-14 23:21:29  New Status: Pending Customer
You can also use the undocumented method 
SS.ForwardFormValues to forward all request.form 
variables...this is used in the default.asp page to 
implement passthrough, but somehow didn't make it into the 

The ForwardFormValues will copy all request.form variables 
from the request object to the input web. variable in 
Screensurfer...there isn't anything to copy all 
request.querystring values, although this would be easy to 
add if it is important to your application.

I believe you could also iterate through the request values 
yourself in a loop to pass along the values through the 
addinput, but the ForwardFormValues would be the most 
efficient approach...