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Response Object and HTML Encoding
The response object is often used in conjunction with various kinds of coding schemes. No discussion of response would be complete without a discussion of how to “handle” or “escape” special characters. This sample script demonstrates common conversion and transformation commands that make sense to use with the response.write command:
' The response object can be used to write text
' but sometimes some functions must be used to transform
' the text instead of sending as is to the browser
response.write "<B>Hyperion</b> by <I>Dan Simmons</i> is a great novel"
response.write server.htmlencode("<B>Hyperion</b> by <I>Dan Simmons</i> is a great novel")
response.write "Joe Smith & Hilda = a team"
response.write server.URLencode("Joe Smith & Hilda = a team")
Response Object – Redirects
The response object can be used to decide what page to send a user to next. Specifically the response.redirect method will work in that capacity. We have made a script formjump.asp that takes advantage of this.
<form action="FormJumpRespond.asp" method="get">
<OPTION SELECTED VALUE="fun">Fun</OPTION>
<OPTION value="news">Daily News</OPTION>
<OPTION value="docs">ASP IIS3 Roadmap/Docs</OPTION>
<OPTION value="main">MainPage of ActiveServerPages.com</OPTION>
<OPTION value="sample">IIS 3 Sample ASP scripts</OPTION>
<input type=submit value="Choose Destination">
The responder that reacts to this form is:
' My ASP program that redirects to URL
Select Case where
response.redirect thisURL & "/"
response.redirect thisURL & "/aspsamp/samples/samples.htm"
response.redirect thisURL & "/iasdocs/aspdocs/roadmap.asp"
response.write "All dressed up and I don't know where to go<br>"
response.write "I recommend --> " & "<br>"
response.write server.htmlencode(thisURL & "/learn/test/res2.asp?where=fun") & "<br>"
response.write "for a good laugh!" & "<P>"