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Writing response.redirect and response.write within the same statement

Posted on 2004-08-24
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Ok the code goes something like this
<%
blahblahblah.....
blahblahblah..............
Shipname = Trim(Request.Form("ShipName"))

                        Session("orderID") = ""
                        Response.Redirect "checkout.asp"

            else

            rsProd.Close
            set rsProd = Nothing

            Response.Redirect "checkout.asp"
            end if
      end if
end if
 %>

Now I need to make it to
Response.Redirect "checkout.asp? <---then response.write the variable shipname"

Thanx in advance
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Question by:Patriotec
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by:sciber_dude
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<%
blahblahblah.....
blahblahblah..............
Shipname = Trim(Request.Form("ShipName"))

      if  Session("orderID") = "" then                                               ' <<<< you missed the if ... then here
                    Response.Redirect "checkout.asp"

          else

          rsProd.Close
          set rsProd = Nothing

          Response.Redirect "checkout.asp?Shipname=" & Shipname
          end if
     end if
end if
 %>
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by:sciber_dude
ID: 11881030
I am assuming that you want the variable to be set to checkout.asp with the variable name Shipname.
:) SD
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by:Patriotec
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yes i want send the variable 'shipname'  to checkout.asp
and in checkout.asp i already have         strShipMethod = Trim(Request.Querystring("ShipName"))
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by:Patriotec
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This did the trick.

Response.Redirect("Checkout.asp?shipname="&Trim(Request.Form("ShipName")))

Thanks for trying to help out. Much appreciated.
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by:joeposter649
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You might consider using server.transfer here instead of redirect.  Redirect requires an extra trip back and forth to the client.
Check out tip #22...
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnasp/html/asptips.asp
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by:cheyennejk
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Simply send SHIPNAME to the next page via an invisible Form.



<Form>
<INPUT type = hidden hideFocus readOnly id="rpt_month" name="ShipName" value="<%=Shipname>">

....
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by:Patriotec
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Hey how do I accept my own answer or close this question???
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