I always find it useful to have a loop like this
For each item in Request.querystring
response.write("Item = " & Item & " Value = " &
request.querystring(Item) & "<BR>")
at the very top of my ASP code -- comment it out when you are done testing,
but if you include it
it will often clear up the "doh!" sort of errors by showing you exactly what
is being passed in the
request, and which is the string and which is the variable name.
Just a suggestion....
Scott Butner (butner@b...)
> Subject: String
> From: "Surinder Pal Singh" <ssingh@e...>
> Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2000 14:43:28 -0600
> X-Message-Number: 2
> Hi everyone,
> I am trying to send a string to a URL for CC Validation
> Response.Redirect ("https://tset.com/......../payxyzz.cgi? ...all the
> I am trying to pull the variables like ship_to_firstname,
> subtotal, etc. and put these variables as a string.
> For some reason, when the next secured page appears, instead of the actual
> variable, the variable name appears in the text boxes.
> Example: First Name: ship_to_firstname (instead of John which is the
> value I want to pass)
> Any ideas.
> Your help would be really appreacisted.