Server.Execute - How do I call a dynamic filename?


I am trying to include a .asp file into another .asp file.  I am using Server.Execute and I am using the following code:

Server.Execute(Request.QueryString("company") & "/" & dept & "/")

You can see that I am trying to include a file based on the variables passed via the URL.  But I am receiving a "The call to Server.Execute failed while loading the page." error.  

What am I doing wrong?  Is Server.Execute not the best method?  If now, what alternative should I use?

Thanks in advance.

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I don't see a filename at the end of the URL.  Is that a typo or you missed to type it?  Also I'd put the Path in its own variable and then call it with the server.execute.  Do the following:

Path = Request.QueryString("company") & "/" & dept & "/" & filename

Good luck!

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rudyflyerAuthor Commented:
UGH.  I was forgetting the filename.  Thank you for pointing that out.
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