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Old December 4th, 2003, 10:10 PM
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Default how to pass 2 variable in responce.redirect

Hi
 I have written response.redirect "abc.asp?a=1" passing one variable and it is working but my problem is how to pass two variable ?

i tried response.redirect "abc.asp?a=1&b=1" but itz not working try to help me .

bye
vinod

 
Old December 5th, 2003, 04:54 AM
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The syntax in your post is right! I think it is because you are testing it in the wrong way. Put the code underneath in a file called redirectTest.asp and request it...
Code:
<% 
If Request.QueryString("a") = "" and Request.QueryString("b") = "" Then
    Response.Redirect "redirectTest.asp?a=1&b=2"
Else
    Response.Write("a: " & Request.QueryString("a") & "<BR>")
    Response.Write("b: " & Request.QueryString("b"))    
End If
%>
Jacob.





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