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I have a unique problem with a querystring I am trying to pass using post. One of the fields (from an external source) is named 'ltldd' and within the querystring it looks like this "....&requestid=10<ldd=P....". The problem is when I test the string on the receiving page I get "....&requestid=10<ldd=P...." It appears that the browser is interpreting the '<' in hex format and converting to "<" . Is there a way for me to format the name of the field to avoid this problem? I have no control over the name of the field. Any help appreciated.
Are you sure its not just an output problem? What I mean is maybe you're writing the querystring to the browser to see what it looks like and the browser is turning it into <, but in actual fact its being passed just fine.
I am using Server.URLEncode() in the script, I think "pgtips" is correct in that it appears that the information is being passed accepted despite it's appearance when I print it out. I think it may just be an output issue as I am receiving the correct info back from the vendor. Thanks/