Variable in response redirect

Posted on 2003-11-14
Last Modified: 2008-03-04
I have a variable that is declared by :

<%strLan = Request.QueryString("lan")%>

and a link that is :

<%IF session("ok") = FALSE THEN Response.Redirect "default.asp?login=niet&lan=strLan" %>

But it keeps writing lan=strLan !! I tried everything to get it to display lan=1 or lan=3 (till 8).

Does anybody know how to do this ?
Question by:voerman
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TimCottee earned 40 total points
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Hi voerman,

<%IF session("ok") = FALSE THEN Response.Redirect "default.asp?login=niet&lan=" & strLan%>

Should do it.

Brainbench MVP for Visual Basic

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thx that did it, never solved so quick
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You are welcome.

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