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classicASP: Bad answer. Means he has to alter EVERY FILE that needs this redirection.
Rajesh: Learn to use your web.config file. It can easily do this (and much more) by just creating a set of...
icount = request.form("icount")
For i = 0 to icount
cat = Replace( request.form("category" & i), "'", "''" )
id = request.form("id" & i)
SQL = "UPDATE event SET...
No, my point is that you have been coding here and posting here for a long time, and I was truly surprised to see you posting code that couldn't possibly make sense.
I *STILL* think you are using...
So very much of that code makes NO SENSE at all.
First of all, you create a new record, referenced by the RS variable. And then you *OVERWRITE* that value by the useless line
What in the world is this:
<% IF Session("wolfID")<>="" THEN %> welcome to Page 1 <BR>
There is no such operator as <>= in VBScript. I don't understand how your page even compiles.
You should first realize that this has nothing to do with ASP, per se.
After all, ASP can only generate HTML code, send that HTML to the browser, and then the browser can only work with the HTML. ...
You describe for me, in English, how your system works. I'll translate it to code.
But I'm not entirely clear on what you want the system (in English) to do, as of yet.
I think you need to step way way back and look at what you are really trying to do here.
Let's consider your two "arrays":
strARR2 = "navigation|manual|heated|heated leather seats"
It is not REASONABLY possible.
The only way to do it is to test each candidate "word" (or phrase) against the entire text. And then repeat for each word.
The problem is in your COMMENT:
' initial array of words:
dictwords = Array("navigation","manual","xenon headlamps","abs","heated","heated leather seats")
I hope you know that this code is pure and utter junk and will never do anything useful:
scatsel = "selected=ch(34)selectedch(34)"
That should be either
scatsel = "selected=" & chr(34) &...
Completely and utterly confused me. I have no idea what the PURPOSE of all this is. Can you explain *THAT*?
How dynamic is your set of words? If it is only changed every day or less, I would create a static lookup table that I then refreshed each day, at say midnight.
This is *NOT* a good project for a...
' initial array of words:
No, but doing Request.QueryString("dir") does! Or Request.Form or Request or or....
Set FSO = Server.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
fileCount = -1
Sub getFilesInDir( dir )
If dir Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
You are working way way way too hard. Just let HTML do it automatically.
Show an example of what you want.
Here's the fix for (1):
Sub ListFolderContents( folder )
'Display a list of files.
Response.Write "<ul>" & vbNewLine
for each item in folder.Files
url = MapURL(item.path)
Oh, WTH. *PROBABLY*all you need to do is something like this:
function( data )
var result = JSON.parse( data );
if ( result != null && result.Status != null &&...
Not much I can do to help you with that since you currently are just *IGNORING* the response from the validation server. Your code is here:
So that *CLEARLY* says you have a SYNTAX ERROR in "proxyValidate.asp". Specifically, on line 3 at column (character) 85.
GO LOOK AT THAT LINE AND COLUMN IN THAT FILE!!!!!
YOUR CODE IS...
To convert a delimited string, such as
email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org an array, simply use the SPLIT function: