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Delphi ISAPI - Redirect to an ASP file

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Using Delphi 3 C/S and IIS3.0. How can you use the TWebResponse.Redirect method to open an Active Server Pages file and get the ASP processed ie. Not just have the content of the file (eg <!# include=somefile.htm > returned instead of actually processing the file with ASP
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It should work without doing anything special, but if it doesn't, try using the full URL, including the host name.


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Seems like the full URL ie. including the host name does the trick. Thanks!!!
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