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Old June 20th, 2007, 12:34 AM
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If this is really coming from the *HTML in the browser*
Code:
<tr>
<td>Natural Name</td>
<td><input type="text" name="insertNaturalName" rows="12" value="<%=rs("naturalName")%>" ></td>
</tr>

<tr>
<td>Product Description </td>
<td><textarea name="insertProDesc" cols="20" rows="8"><%=rs("itemDescription")%></textarea></td>
</tr>
then you're not running ASP at all. You're just requesting pages from the web server with an .asp extension. Notice how the asp delimiter tags are still there; they haven't been processed by the server.

Is your Unix server running Chili Soft ASP? Otherwise, I don't think you can run ASP on it. ASP runs on most Windows platforms since it's a Microsoft technology; however, for other servers you need third party software.

Since <%=rs("itemDescription")%> has not been replaced with a valid description when the page rendered from ASP to HTML, I am not really surprised that Safari is passing an empty string. What does surprise me is how other pages can work on a PC. Are they from the same server / domain?

Imar


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