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Does anyone know the syntax for Response.Transfer? It's ASP 3.0.

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by:mberumen
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I have looked in my reference books and manuals and I haven't found any reference to it.   it is not listed as either a property or method of the response object.
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sailendra earned 100 total points
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I think it is server.transfer
Is it correct?
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by:ic
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Thank you! It was something I learned word of mouth... all my docs cover ASP 2.0.

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