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The Response.Redirect command

Posted on 2001-06-05
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Who do I to get the following to work:
Response.Redirect("http://webserver/list.asp#Request.Form("name")") where Request.Form("name") is a name ex Smith  so that the adress after the Respone.Redirect should be http://webserver/list.asp#Smith

//jce
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do:

response.redirect "http://webserver/list.asp#" & request.form("name")

or

response.redirect "http://webserver/list.asp#" & request("name")

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by:tkuppinen
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Put Request.form("name") into a variable. eg

dim strName

strName = Request.Form("name")

Response.Redirect("http://webserver/list.asp#" & strName)
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by:jekl2000
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I think that you use ("http://webserver/list.asp?Request.Form("name")") but I am still a grunt and may be wrong.
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by:jce
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The first worked fine, Thanks
//jce
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