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Display region if session exists

Posted on 2013-01-08
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On page # 1 I set a session variable =1

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<%
Session("Qnrtype") = ("1");
%>
--

On page two i have to regions, I want to display the top one of the session doesn't exist (gets there through a different page), and want to display region two if session exists.

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If session doesnt exist

<region 1>

If session exists

<region2>

I just need help with the syntax please.
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Question by:amucinobluedot
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by:COBOLdinosaur
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I think we need to see some actual code.  It is not clear what you are doing.

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by:amucinobluedot
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I set this session in prev page:

<%
Session("Qnrtype") = ("1");
%>

next page there is no existing code at the moment.

IF session Qnrtype <> NULL

DISPLAY THIS ROW

END

If session Qnrtype = NULL

DISPLAY THIS ROW

END

Something like that ?
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by:COBOLdinosaur
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When you generate you test the session and either generate only the one region based on the session, or you generate both and give at regions a style=display:block or style=display:none to display or hide specific regions.

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by:amucinobluedot
ID: 38755860
No, I am thinking more in terms of:

                <%
if Session("Qnrtype") == "1";
%>

MY CODE

                <%
if Session("Qnrtype")  IS NULL;
%>

MY CODE 1
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Or is it like this ?

<% if Session("Qnrtype") == "1" { %>

 <% }  %>


<% if Session("Qnrtype") == NULL { %>

 <% }  %>
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by:COBOLdinosaur
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If you are looking for the specific asp code to generate the page, you probably should have posted in the asp topic.  You can use the Request Attention link to ask Community Support to add that topic to the Q.

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by:amucinobluedot
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No code was added by community I found it online and want to share it.
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