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The form is in an aspx file and reads like:
<form id="myform" name="myform" action="http://somesite.com/index.asp" method="post" onSubmit="return validate(this);" style="margin:0px;">
Anyone have any experience in calling to actions on a form submit or any other solution?
You currently have two websites, Website 1 and Website 2. You have this form on website 1. And when this form is submitted needs to create a record (on website 1) and still submit the form to website 2.
My question is what is website 2 doing with the data that is being submitted to it. Is it only a landing page or is it going to do some further processing of the data?
If it is simply a landing page a response.redirect will work, allowing you to create your record then redirect it to the second website.
But if it is the later, it will be trickier depending on what data it needs to process by website 1 and website 2.
Website 1 belongs to me, website 2 doesn't but the form on my site belongs to them. Website 2 is processing the data and eventually provides a search result set.
I want to store some of website 1's SE referral data in a table before I send the user off to website 2.
You could create something vary similar to how Google Gathers the data and still achive your record insertion.