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Posted on 1998-07-22
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hi I have a question .
   How acn I navigate out to another page  .
   I do not want to use the submit .
   the code where it should jump is below

<HTML>
<BODY>
<% dim Username, Password
Username = Request.Form("Username")
Password = Request.Form("Password")
Set db = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
db.open "WebAuc"

fsSQL = "Select * from Access where UserID = '" _
          + Username + "' and Password = '" + Password + "'"
             
Set fsRS = db.execute(fsSQL)  
   
If Not fsRS.EOF Then
      'JUMP AT THIS POINT
Else %>      
        DisplayErrorLoginMessage          
<% End If %>
<BR>
</BODY>
</HTML>

How can it be done ?
and How ?
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Question by:seahpc
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1. Remove all html-output before the jump (if you don't you get an asp-error).

2. The jump code is
<%
Response.redirect("anotherpage.asp")
%>
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by:sybe
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Why did you grade my answer a "D", it works 100%, so it deserves an "A", don't you think ?
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