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"Object moved to here."
Problems with ASP redirect in NS and Opera

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Msg#: 726 posted 6:16 pm on Jun 10, 2003 (gmt 0)


I'm getting a message "Object moved here." when I try to use a drop-down at the top of my page to change the page's view settings. "here" is a link to the same page the drop-down posts to. This only happens on the pages where the view state isn't relevant - when there's actually something to view, it doesn't cause a problem.

The DHTML is pretty straight-forward. It occurs in a header.ascx control and looks like this:
<form name="frmView" method="POST" action="updateView.aspx">
Select a view type:
<select id="viewChanger" name="selViewType" onchange="this.form.submit();">
<option value="quick">Quick View</option>
<option value="detail">Detailed View</option>
<option value="full">Full view</option></select></form>

The page the new view state is submitted to looks like this:
<%@ Page Language="vb" %>
<script runat="server">
Sub Page_Load(obj as Object, E as EventArgs)
dim newView as string = request.form("selViewType")
dim from as string = request.urlReferrer.pathAndQuery().substring(17)
session("viewType") = newView
end sub

Also, in a footer.ascx control, a line of JavaScript sets the drop-down so that the current state is selected.

I looked for other threads on this topic, but can't see how to apply the information within them to this situation. Any help?




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Msg#: 726 posted 1:56 pm on Jun 21, 2003 (gmt 0)

Not sure if this applies in asp.net, but I've seen this is classic asp. Solution was to do:


rather than just a redirect. HTH

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