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auto submit an ASP page form

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Is there a way to have a <form> on an ASP page.

as soon as the form is finished loading I want it to redirect to another ASP page.
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Question by:Tom Knowlton
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by:dfiala13
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What are you trying to do?
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by:khurram007
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Yeah... Please explain you question... it is not clear... Atleast tell what are u trying to do so we could help u in a much better manner.

Khurram
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by:jmcraig
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Put this in the top of you page

<META HTTP-EQUIV="refresh" CONTENT="2; URL=/Index.asp">

where the  

URL= /index.asp  

is the page you wish to direct to

Content = "2

is how many seconds to wait before redirect

Joshua
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ramesh12 earned 250 total points
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If you are asking for a redirction you can do that using

response.redirect "Your Url"

after the form loads

but if you want to submit the asp page use javascript after the </form> tag like this

<script language="javascript">
//document.formname.method="method of submission" // (POST/GET)
document.formname.action="your url";
document.formname.submit();
</script>


 
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