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?
If UCase(Trim(CStr(oRset("Suburb"))))=UCase(Trim(CStr(Request.QueryString("link")))) then
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.
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.
In my page (photo.asp) there are 2 iframes - thumb and large. The iframe Thumb has p.asp inside it and its content is dynamic depending on the querystring of the parent page i.e. photo.asp?i=7.My problem is I cant read the querystring of the parent page (photo.asp) from inside the iframe.
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?
I am trying to get my shopping cart to get some variables back from a payment gateway. The end goal is to have it OK digital downloads when the 'order complete' message is sent from my payment provider. It's real simple at this testing phase, only two variables are present in the URL that the payment gateway is trying to send me: Code:
I've encountered many problems upgrading my Win2K Server to Windows 2003 Server, not the least of which involve IIS 6.0 and ASP (classic) support.
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 Request.QueryString("IsActive") yields the above event and a nasty error '8002801d'.
Has anybody encountered this kind of difficulty with ASP on IIS 6.0? Does anybody have a clue as to how to correct this behavior?
I am having my code in ASP. My application is a Unicode application. I need to get the Unicode data using Request.QueryString(). But it gives me output strings (?3047)with question mark in it instead of correct Unicode data. I have set @CODEPAGE=65001 and Response.Charset="UTF-8" in the beginning of the page.
This article says that Request.QueryString() does not work for Unicode data and when we are click in the unicode language link then it will give erro that ur query is erro .
Can ASP retrieve UTF-8 encoded data in query string properly, when used with IIS 5.0 on Windows 2000 Pro/Server?
With some trial and error, it seems that adding the directive @CodePage = 65001 to an ASP page makes the ASP page decode UTF-8 data in query string properly. Without the directive, Request.QueryString(var) returns garbled data. With the directive, Request.QueryString(var) decodes UTF-8 encoded data properly. (I tried passing it to database with ADO; and VBScript function Len() also returned the correct string length. I passed UTF-8 encoded Chinese characters during my test.)
My search on the Web and newgroups, however, returned mostly results that say ASP does not support UTF-8 encoded data in query string. One of the search results is http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pr...y/interasp.mspx. It was written in March 2000. Could things have changed since then?
Can anyone share their views and experience on this matter? Is the @CodePage directive all that's needed to handle UTF-8 encoded data in QueryString?
How do I get all walues if my querystring is empty?
If I have a table with let's say 10 rows/records, (ID 1-10). I then have a recordset with request.querystring("id") and get the record having the id thats shown in the address bar ("..com?id=4" would get the record with the id 4). How do I get all records if the querystring is empty ("..com")
I need to pull values from another page to a form in my script. Basically i want to update an entry in my dbase and populate those current values to a form which is working fine for most of the form except the dropdownlist. Also i dont know if this is an issue but i have a "FOR" Script running in my dropdownlist constructed as follows:
<% For x = 0 to 1000%><option value="<%=x%>" selected="<%=Request.QueryString("CabN")%>"><%=x%></option><% Next%></Select>
As you can see i place the Request.Querystring object in my code but the dropdownlist doest recognise this and continues on until it reaches 1000 which at this point it stops. I want the drop downlist to reflect the same value as that which exsist already in the datebase for it. What am I doing wrong?
I can successfully get one field of information at a time and randomize it, but I need the whole string. I've been searching the internet trying to find an answer to this question and I found these two commands Request.querystring and Recordset.GetString, but I don't think I know how to use them properly. Code:
I use the following code to debug my pages and I wanted to make it conditional to only show parameters that contain a value. Is this possible? I tried several ways but I had no luck.
<% ' debugging code ****************************************************************************** FOR EACH QueryString_Parameter IN Request.QueryString Response.Write(QueryString_Parameter & " " & "=" & " ")'this are the field names Response.Write(Request.QueryString(QueryString_Parameter) & "<BR>") NEXT 'debugging code ****************************************************************************** %>