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Default Query String

Hi Guys,
I have a query string which i access as:
Request.ServerVariables("query_string") .

This query string holds a variable with an integer value which I need to remove when I go to particular webpage.
I try using :
tmpfield = replace(Request.ServerVariables("query_string"),"D fEEID=" ,"")

But being integer I dont know how can I completely change the variable with blank spaces.
at the moment it will replace DfEEID= with blank space how to change DFEEID=xxx with blank space.
Any help would be very much appreciated.

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you can't do a replace on an int, and you can't turn it into balnk spaces..
In any case, the replace you're trying to run is looking for a string value.
Are you looking for request.querystring("DfEEID") instead, perhaps?

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