I can't seem to solve this riddle... any suggestions?...<BR><BR>How can I use ASP to response.write data from a database onto a page and then have ASP check if there is further code that should be executed within that data, where data is a mixture of plain html and asp code.<BR><BR>ASP seems to write "data" to the page and then move to the next ASP code on the page, never looking to see if there is further ASP in the "data" that has just been rendered. So when the page is shown in the browser the ASP code remains ASP code viewable to the user (ie: it is never actually run).<BR><BR>Possibly I haven't explained this in a simple manner. To give context, I have a content management system that populates the main content of the page from a database and I want to run ASP scripts in this content when the page is loaded.<BR><BR>I've had suggestions of Execute(data) but that doesn't work - at least not in the multiple ways I have tried it.<BR><BR>This must be a common issue? Thanks for any help!<BR><BR>PS: I'm asking this question as a last effort before embarking on a new strategy of using the FSO to create an individual ASP page for each page in the CMS. In this way I am imagining I can generate a page that will be rendered once by the database to the drive with all the code written out - therefore when the page is called it will be fully parsed.