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Variable scope with Include Directive ??? - ASP

I am opening a recordset on page 'A' then using server.execute to populate a form on page 'B'. I am getting a a type mismatch error, which suggests the variable doesn't exist on page 'B'. I know variable state is supposed to be maintained when using server.execute.., the problem is what i don't know. 1. could someone please enlighten me as to what is going on. 2. give some suggestion about how work around this problem. Thanx to those who read this message....

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    Default Variable scope with Include Directive ???

    I am opening a recordset on page 'A' then using server.execute to populate a
    form on page 'B'.
    I am getting a a type mismatch error, which suggests the variable doesn't
    exist on page 'B'.

    I know variable state is supposed to be maintained when using
    server.execute.., the problem is what i don't know.

    1. could someone please enlighten me as to what is going on.
    2. give some suggestion about how work around this problem.

    Thanx to those who read this message.


    Anthony Judd Guest

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    Default Re: Variable scope with Include Directive ???

    I don't think that variables do carry over when you .execute. They will
    with an include though.

    Ray at work

    "Anthony Judd" <adsf.com> wrote in message
    news:utEE8TWQDHA.3700tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
    > I am opening a recordset on page 'A' then using server.execute to populate
    a
    > form on page 'B'.
    > I am getting a a type mismatch error, which suggests the variable doesn't
    > exist on page 'B'.
    >
    > I know variable state is supposed to be maintained when using
    > server.execute.., the problem is what i don't know.
    >
    > 1. could someone please enlighten me as to what is going on.
    > 2. give some suggestion about how work around this problem.
    >
    > Thanx to those who read this message.
    >
    >

    Ray at Guest

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    Default Re: Variable scope with Include Directive ???

    You have to use session variables to transfer data between your
    original script and server.execute

    "Anthony Judd" <adsf.com> wrote in message news:<utEE8TWQDHA.3700tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl>...
    > I am opening a recordset on page 'A' then using server.execute to populate a
    > form on page 'B'.
    > I am getting a a type mismatch error, which suggests the variable doesn't
    > exist on page 'B'.
    >
    > I know variable state is supposed to be maintained when using
    > server.execute.., the problem is what i don't know.
    >
    > 1. could someone please enlighten me as to what is going on.
    > 2. give some suggestion about how work around this problem.
    >
    > Thanx to those who read this message.
    Matthew Lock Guest

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