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Problem with index.aspx in Flash MX

Posted on 2004-10-27
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A Flash file has a button named index with its link: index.aspx.
   on (release)
   {
        getURL("index.aspx","_self","get");
   }

But, when the program runs, at Address:
- index.aspx?FrameLoad=100
- all sessions = null.

Why wrong? and why has FrameLoad=100? Help me....

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Question by:clbitman
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    clbitman,

    That's because Flash will pass ALL the variables available as GET method to the browser.

    So, if you don't need the variables to be send~
    Use the following instead

    on (release)
       {
            getURL("index.aspx","_self");
       }

    That's already enough

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