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Classic ASP, syntax question - how to append session value into ASP code

Posted on 2011-09-27
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Hi.

I believe that this is very simple - but not to me :)

I have a value within a session - and I have verified that the value IS in fact there (I did a response.write).

I have this very specific code that I want to append the session value into - but the syntax is buggin' me.

Below is the code.

<% ....... some code....
MM_editRedirectUrl = "uploadEditArticle.asp"
..... some code %>

How do I append the session value so that the sesion value can be stored as part of the redirect page?

The example should be something like this:


<% ....... some code....
MM_editRedirectUrl = "uploadEditArticle.asp?pkIntArticleID=session("IDartikel")"
..... some code %>

As you know this won't work as the syntax isn't correct. But my question is:

How can I make it work?
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Question by:jensjakobsen
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by:Big Monty
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try this:

MM_editRedirectUrl = "uploadEditArticle.asp?pkIntArticleID=" & session("IDartikel")"
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sorry, extra quote there, should be:

MM_editRedirectUrl = "uploadEditArticle.asp?pkIntArticleID=" & session("IDartikel")
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by:jensjakobsen
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Dang that was simple :)
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