Make sure your sending properly encoded variables. Server.URLEncode
those bad boys.
Also, someone made a comment on this one a few days ago... pasted below
From Robert Chartier:
i apologize for the two posts, but oulook is a pain...real pain
well, the cookie stuff looks ok
i know that netscape sometimes will break on the response.redirect
comment out your response.redirect and see if it breaks.
i bet you that you cant send the cookie headers out, and then
remember that all a response.redirect does is send out fresh headers
basically tell the browser has MOVED to URL.
the url is the param you pass in.
so basically, your sending out a GOOD header instructing the client app,
that this page is good, and here is some cookies for you to munch
right after that your sending out BAD page, go here instead.
IE never has a problem with this, but netscape breaks....
also, try to buffer up your response.
response.buffer=3Dtrue at the top of the page.
----- Original Message -----
From: George Lanitis
To: Code Clinic
Sent: Wednesday, March 29, 2000 8:05 PM
Subject: [proasp_codeclinic] problems with netscape vs ie
i posted a problem last week with ie and netscape with cookies.
the problem was a mime error
HTTP Error 405
405 Method Not Allowed
The method specified in the Request Line is not allowed for the
resource identified by the request. Please ensure that you have
the proper MIME type set up for the resource you are requesting.
Please contact the server's administrator if this problem persists.
can it be with the call to the next page causing the error and not the
writing of the cookie itself? I noticed in the tooltip of the clickable
image that the a of the word amount becomes underlined?? can this be
screwing up the request string??
ie seems to forgive the problem and netscape not.
addToCart.asp?nameCode=3D" & vFrag(2,i) & "&size=3D" & vFrag(4,i) &
"&amount=3D" & vFrag(7,i) & """