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    In asp I am using a querystring to redirect from a stats page. eg.

    http://www.whatever.com/redirect.asp...sp?a=one&b=two

    <%response.redirect (request.Querstring(url))%>

    Part of the redirect url is lost (b=two) ie. any querystring of the redirect url that follows an "&".

    Can some one tell me how to prevent this happening. Any help would be a great help.

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    ASP

    I seem to remember that you have to use + (that might be rubbish, its been a long time!). I can answer this definitively tonight (UK time).

    Cheers,

    Paul.
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    Haven't been around much so be gentle...

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    I don't think the "+" works because it has to be recognised as a querystring after it has been redirected.

    What i really need is something that acts like quote marks around the second url eg

    http://www.whatever.com/redirect.asp...p?a=one&b=two"



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