Object Doesn't Support This Property Or Method: 'Response.Redirect
I wanted to add this method to my .asp page in order to dynamically choose a
page based upon some selection criteria. It's in my .asp book and in the
online reference. Yet when I use this object, the following error returns
in the browser:
Microsoft VBScript runtime (0x800A01B6)
Object doesn't support this property or method: 'Response.Redirect'
/testwebs/choose.asp, line 22
What is missing from my IIS libraries in order to use have this method
Can't get this to work. I'm creating a workaround for the absence of aspJPEG on my server. I'm using aspUpload but my server only uses aspThumb. After aspThumb optimizes the original pic the file size changes and I need to reflect that change. When using aspUpload I can reference it's built in File object references but they only refer to the "original" file. There's an easy solution when using aspJPEG but not with aspThumb so I'm trying to get the "new" picture size using a scripting object with this script but I'm getting this error.
Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a01b6'
Object doesn't support this property or method: 'objPictureSize.Size'
/admin/media_upload_picture_process.asp, line 107 ....
I wrote the code for Members of Register. and i use cookie in this code, My database is SQL server. SQL server dosent support the cookies in my codes i dont know why this cause but my codes are working without any cause .
I am trying to provide a login page to verify users. I have got this to work fine in the past but have now been asked to encrypt the passwords in the database.
In order to do this I have created a stored procedure in the Oracle database and am running it to encrypt the password that the user has entered. I then compare the encrypted string with the encrypted password in the database to see if they match.
This all appears to work fine, the problem comes when I try and use Response.Redirect to take the user to the main menu if the password is correct. I keep getting an Object Required - " error on the Response.Redirect line.
I tried using Response.Buffer = True at the top and got the same error, and when I used Server.Transfer it did not do anything. The page I am trying to redirect to is valid, I have also tried redirecting to valid sites like Google to no avail. Code:
I'm having a problem whenever i enter 2 response.redirects() in one funcion.. it's weird. What i'm trying to do is to display a simple error message underneath a login. But i'm trying to do it by sending the user back to the SAME page (not sure if that's even possible!) and passing a variable, notLogged, to test against. I hope this makes sense! Code:
When we send a mail using the code below,we do not get simplified chinese characters if they are present in the body but we get junk in the mail and we need to change the mails encoding to simplified chinese to see the Chinese characters.
why is the DefinedSize of the Field object of type adInteger returning the value 4 and the same property on a adVarWChar type field (Text in MS Access) is returning the max length of the string that it may contain (for example 52)?
but I keep getting a "permission denied" error. If I just put the same address string in IE6's Address box and go to it, IE opens myusername's FTP home page just fine, so I know the FTP site is working as expected. Also, if I put in an anonymous ftp site, without the username and password (e.g. "ftp://ftp.microsoft.com"), the redirect works fine, too.
I don't want the user to be prompted by IE for the username and password at the FTP site, so I am providing them from within the web site.
What can be preventing the response.redirect from handling non-anonymous FTP access? Is there a better way to do this?
I have almost completed tweaking vbscript to run on mysql rather than the Access database it was designed for. Trial and error, luck and a bit of detective work have got me this far, however I am getting the following error when tryinf to update existing records in the database.
Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a01b6' Object doesn't support this property or method: 'RS.Find' /faq/admin/edit2.asp, line 7
The .Find text is black whereas all other "methods"(?) like the .Open are pink. Is it that the .Find method works with access and not mysql and if so waht is the equivalent or am I barking up the wrong tree?
It became clear to me that using a Request.Form object doesnt work after a Request.BinaryRead. I never had to deal with the BinaryRead Object Method, so this is quite new for me.
I'm using a script to upload files to my server (this script uses the Request.BinaryRead). Besides the file, users submit there name and a checkbox (if checked of course). I want to use the data submited by the user, but the Request.Form object doesnt work .how can i access the tekstfield and checkbox, if cant use the Request.Form object?The answer will be simple probably, but my searches on google didn't give me an answer.
I am writing a VBS File Which will Take Data from an SQL Database and put it into a text file. I am getting an error on: myFile.Write NewLine (myFile is set to FSO.CreateTextFile, and NewLine is the text I am trying to write)
I have found this error is being produced When I try to "write" this text from the database:
<p><b>Moviní On Printed Throw Blanket</b></p><p>
The Problem is on this "Square" Charecter. I used the Asc() Function and got the Charecter value as 63, and Did a replace on it and it still does not work. I don't know how this charecter got in the database in the first place. I don't know if that charecter will show up correctly on this forum. But the character just looks like an empty box.
Is there a way to determin if the email message was sent? I have a numnber of applications that use CDONTS to send mail from both ASP and ASPX pages. If the server is down mail does not get sent. I do not see a way to determine this by code. Does anyone know of a way?