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Response.Redirect and alert

Posted on 2000-04-25
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Hello.
can i redirect & alert?



function Andmebaas_Server() {
if (String(Session("State")) != "undefined" && String( Session("offset")) != "undefined")
{
    Andmebaas.State = Session("State")
    Andmebaas.MoveFirst()
    Andmebaas.RestoreState()
   
    for (var i = 0; i < Session("offset"); i++)
    {
        if (!Andmebaas.IsBOF())
        {
            Andmebaas.MovePrevious()
        }
    }
   
    Session("State") = "undefined"
    Session("offset") = "undefined"
}
if (String(Request("Image1")) != "undefined")
{
    Response.Redirect(escape("online.asp") + "?Andmebaas_Action=" + Server.URLEncode(Andmebaas.FilterString) + "&" + "Andmebaas_Position=" + "PAR:" + Server.URLEncode(Andmebaas.GetParams()))
}
if (String(Request("Image2")) != "undefined")
{
    Response.Redirect(escape("online.asp") + "?Andmebaas_Action=" + Server.URLEncode(Andmebaas.FilterString) + "&" + "Andmebaas_Position=" + "PAR:" + Server.URLEncode(Andmebaas.GetParams()))
}
if (String(Request("Image3")) != "undefined")
{
    Response.Redirect(escape("online.asp") + "?Andmebaas_Action=" + Server.URLEncode(Andmebaas.FilterString) + "&" + "Andmebaas_Position=" + "PAR:" + Server.URLEncode(Andmebaas.GetParams()))
}
if (Andmebaas.IsBOF() && Andmebaas.IsEOF())
{
    Response.Redirect(escape("new.asp")
    alert("test");
}
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Question by:nox
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makerp earned 50 total points
ID: 2749502
the alert box happerns on the client side. the response redirect on the server.

a way around this is not to redirect but write out a javascript alert box and then follow this with an include.. i.e.,

%>
<SCRIPT>
     alert("help !")
<SCRIPT>
<!--#inlcude file="script.asp"-->
<%

OR pass your script a paramter which notifies it to pop an alert on load i.e..

Response.Redirect("Script.asp?alert=help")

them in your script.asp

do something like this

IF(Request("alert") <> "")THEN
%>
    <SCRIPT>
     alert(<%=Request("alert")%>);
    </SCRIPT>
<%
END IF

either will appear the same

Hope This Helps
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by:jkunal
ID: 2750079
No you cannot response.redirect and alert at the same time cause, redirect is at the server end, while alert at the client.

what you can do is

<script language=javascript>
alert("hi");
document.location.href='go.asp';
</script>
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by:nox
ID: 2751957
Thanx! Few modifications and it worked
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