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Old 05-13-2002, 10:00 AM   #1
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Default Two Questions

1. I need to pass the value from a dynamic textbox to a loadmovie command, I've tried everything I know but nothing works. Can anyone help?

2. I am using asp to display content from an access db. I have decided that rather than looping the recordset I will display one item per page and use a next button. I have the link in asp to page through the recordset but I need to bring this into flash, the link consists of a constant value and a variable:

<a href=" & chr(34) & "news2.asp?id=" & RS("Id") & chr(34) & ">Next</a>

news2.asp?id= being the constant
RS("Id") being the variable...

how can I re-create this in flash?? I have tried passing through the whole link to flash from the asp, but it just links out of the flash movie to the next record.

hope someone can help. Thanks in advance.
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