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Capturing Dynamic Pages Offline

I would like to capture the pages/content of a site that has dynamic data [i.e. uses asp pages].  I want to pull all of the pages onto my computer in order to burn them onto a cd.  There are many freeware/shareware programs that can rip sites, but I cannot find one which handles the problems of asp pages and dynamic content.  

Do you know of a software package that can do this?



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williama9
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Eric AKA NetminderCommented:
I don't think there's any such animal, save for copying and pasting the individual pages, but since those pages have dynamic content, you're in for some work. Dynamic content is a function of the server -- that's the whole point to Active Server Pages, so there's no way for you to retrieve all of the content, not to mention the programming behind the pages.
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itssbellCommented:
try winHTTP at http://www.httrack.com

It works for me, as i have to copy large amounts of asp pages from our external hosted sites.

And best of all its freeware !

Hope that helps

itssbell
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COBOLdinosaurCommented:
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Eric AKA NetminderCommented:
Award to itssbell.

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