lets take a quick peek at the vbscript docs related to server.transfer:
The location of the .asp file to which control should be transferred.
When you call Server.Transfer, the state information for all the built-in
objects will be included in the transfer. This means that any variables or
objects that have been assigned a value in session or application scope
will be maintained. In addition, all of the current contents for the
request collections will be available to the .asp file receiving the transfer.
----read the REMARKS section.
im sure you can conclude the appropriate action to take from that description.
At 08:43 AM 6/12/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>Yes, I'm having the same trouble and have just given up. I can't believe
>I read an article that says that when you transfer or execute, the url that
>you are at remains the url, and therefore you must use relative urls. But
>I've done this and can not get these
>two things to work. I hope someone can help both of us on this question.
>If you ever find an
>answer please let me know the answer too. Thanks, and sorry I could not