Request.querystring Syntax

I am passing 3 parameters and would like to get those values in my form and write it as a link in an e-mail that I am sending, not much luck lately, my Request.querystring syntax is sooooo wrong.

Example:

http://test.at/test/default.asp?kap=43&mod=ed&lang=de

In my default.asp:

<input name="this_page" value="http://test.at/test/default.pxml?kap=Request.QueryString("kap")&mod=Request.QueryString("mod")&lang=Request.QueryString("lang")" type="hidden">



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What Is The Difference Between REQUEST And REQUEST.QUERYSTRING?

What is the difference between these two statements? They seem to do the
same thing...

response.write(request("variable"))

response.write(request.querystring("variable"))

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source of problem is line 6 (the bold one):

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Dim players__idd
players__idd = "1"
If (Request.QueryString.ID <> "") Then
players__idd = Request.QueryString.ID
End If
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like .............
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at the run time the value of team is "Admin & facilities" .

but when i read the value of team by using request.querystring("team")
. it returns only the value "Admin" .

but if the value of team is "Finance "

it returns the "Finance " .

Now , i think you can understand my problem that , request.querystring("team") is returing the value

before space . how to solve this problem .

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I have something like this in my form:

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<option value='' selected>-----Select-----
<option value='Overnight'>Overnight
<option value='Email Special'>Email Special
<option value='Fax,Email,Pickup'>Fax,Email,Pickup
</select>

this goes to cities.asp and the value of country is passed over to the cities.asp

Now what i want to do is ..I need to pass on one more value in addition with the value of variable coutry being passed.

i want to forward Request.form("CompanName") too to cities.asp.

is this the right way of modifying the statement orCAN i do it this way by any chance?

<select onchange='document.getElementById("iframe1").src="cities.asp?country="+ this.value'&Companyname='<%"&Request.form("companyname")&"'%>">

Please advise?

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I have a problem! Lets see if i can explain it....

if the querystring referrerid = "" then the page crashes.
i.e.
.com/register.asp?referrerid=
so its blank.

If request.querystring("referrerid") = "" then

I tried using a redirect to the same page without the querystring but the code still picks this up as being <request.querystring("referrerid")= "" > and ends up looping.

I don't want to replace the "" with anything because a form box takes it information from there or a session("referrer") if the user has entered incorrect details in the registration and been returned to the same page.

Does that make enough sense for anyone to make any sense?

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etc etc

end if

The problem is that although the Suburb and the link variables match often,it only works when the variable has been pulled from an Access database where I entered the data directly into Access through the Access interface.Where I have entered the data through the web interface, it ignores it as if it does not match.I have added CStr, Trim and Ucase to try to get it to see it as the same text but it still fails.Can anyone help. ASP 6.0 and Access 2003.

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i have a myspace account. of course now that i have been getting more and more into programming, i try and think about it when i use other sites and see how i would do it, or figure out how they did...whatever (I know, its wierd)

you can view a myspace members profile by going to myspace.com/username. now with my experience with the querystring is that you have a variable, and then a value. but here it looks like the variable might just be understood and the value is whatever is after the slash...or something like that.

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I am doing a JMail and I want to include a hyperlink in the message. Now the URL is juz in the form of text and not hyperlink.The hyperlink need to make use of the request.querystring to obtain the id and email of the customer. How do I write that?

Code:

strsender = abc@abc.com
strreceiver = rsQuery("email")
id = int(rnd*9999)+1000
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JMail.Sender = strsender
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The next URL might be
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So I want a code that doesnt count from back since each city name length would be different.

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i m trying to pass a string valuewith a link

like .............
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at the run time the value of team is "Admin & facilities" .

but when i read the value of team by using request.querystring("team")

.
it returns only the value "Admin" .

but if the value of team is "Finance "

it returns the "Finance " .

Now , i think you can understand my problem that , request.querystring("team") is returing the value

before space .

how to solve this problem .

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I've encountered many problems upgrading my Win2K Server to Windows 2003
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For example...
I'm getting Event ID 2236: The server failed to load application
'/LM/W3SVC/87257621/Root'. The error was 'Could not read key from registry'.
Application Log entries whenever certain ASP code is executed. These are
ASP pages that ran fine for years under Win2K/IIS 5.0.

I can do Response.Write without a problem, but something as simple as
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Has anybody encountered this kind of difficulty with ASP on IIS 6.0? Does
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My search on the Web and newgroups, however, returned mostly results
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One of the search results is
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I went through the article:
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