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Error with the QueryString after a response.redirect

Posted on 2008-06-11
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I have a strange problem with IIS (Windows 2003 SP2; IIS 6.0.3790.4195; ASP.net
1.1.4322)  and some IE6 client (6.0.2800.1160 SP1).
 
After a response.redirect with an URL like that "foobar.asp?id=1019#__a17",
QueryString("id") gives the value "1019#__a17" instead of "1019"
 
It seems to occur only with some IE6 client.
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 250 total points
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interesting...

to workaround:
"foobar.asp?id=1019&dummy=0#__a17",
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The anchor, "#__a17" shouldn't even be passed to the server, so this is definitely a browser issue.
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