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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Response.Redirect raising error in asp

    Good day,

    I have a website which has been working fine, no problems, and now suddenly I am getting the following error:

    error '8002801d'
    /MainPage.asp, line 1

    Line 1 is the following:
    <% Response.Redirect ("NewPage.asp")

    What would cause this and how do I fix it??

    Please can someone help?

    Thanks

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    Have you got a closing ASP identifier (i.e. %>)?
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    Sorry left out the closing identifier.
    Line of code reads:
    <% Response.Redirect ("NewPage.asp")%>

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    Added any ASP extensions recently to the web server?
    George
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    Such as?? Sorry, now I am a little lost.

    I even tried it with a straight forward asp page, TestPage1.asp where the only code was:
    <%Response.Redirect("TestPage2.asp")%>

    And in TestPage2.asp the only code is:
    <%Response.Write("HELLO")%>

    If I run TestPage2.asp by itself it works fine and shows: HELLO
    But if I run the other page, TestPage1.asp that redirects to TestPage2.asp it doesn't work, gives me the error:
    error '8002801d'
    /TestPage1.asp, line 1

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    Picked up that one of the paths was incorrect, rectified that and all sorted now.

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    hope this help

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    Great forum!!! Lots of useful information. Thanks for sharing this with us.

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