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address in the box in not the page's address.

Posted on 2003-12-08
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I tested this:
In the address box, typed in http://127.0.0.1/test/Go.asp and returned. I then clicked the refresh button and I could see the page was redirected to Go.htm but found http://127.0.0.1/test/Go.asp was still in the address box.
Can you explain why ??

---------Go.asp-------------------
<%
if session("antiStatus")="Go" Then
response.redirect("Go.htm")
else
session("antiStatus")="Go"
end if
%>
This is Go.asp.
---------Go.htm-------------------
<html>
This is Go.htm.
</html>
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i think it is normal, since your code is functioning properly. i also had this experience, when the session timeout, i redirect my page to "login.asp", the content is the login page, but original URL in the address bar...

don't worry, :)
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