Yes, just put the global.asa file in the root of the web folder. You would then have to use<BR><SCRIPT></SCRIPT> tags instead of the delimiters <% %><BR>The global.asa file doesn't understand them.
yes you can.<BR><BR>It will speed up your site by up to 50% as long as you have very few users. Once you start getting more users it will kill performance and scalability, will make you scream that ASP is not scalable and that it sucks. People in this board will laugh at you behind your back.<BR><BR>yes I have seen this symptoms before, it aint purty.<BR>kev
Can you tell me more about the <object> tag...<BR>is it essential to put it in the global.asa??<BR><BR>the purpose of my global.asa is to put data of a database in a application variable..<BR><BR>thanks