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    Default Hard Copying dynamic output, baby.

    OK, so IIS churns out the relevant HTML when for example a query is made to a database and the dynamic page is created. But is there any relatively straight forward way you know that the outputted HTML for that instance in time (i.e. the instant that query was made) can be saved as a seperate HTML file in it&#039s own right.<BR><BR>I can think of some funky applications if it is possible.<BR><BR>Kind regards, best wishes, li&#039l kisses, etc.

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    Default RE: Hard Copying dynamic output, baby.

    You could save the query output in an HTML file using the FileSystemObject to create a TextStream object. This makes a text file you can read & write from. Just make sure the file extension you make is .html instead of .txt.<BR>Microsoft has a decent reference at:<BR>http://msdn.microsoft.com/scripting/vbScript/doc/vsobjFileSystem.htm<BR>enjoy!

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