Posted by Chris Woyton on June 11, 1998 at 18:39:40:
In Reply to: Re: Preventing a user from returning to previous page posted by Martin Webb on June 11, 1998 at 18:10:32:
No, I don't think the code is running on the server. What I noticed was that the values were passed to the SQL server without a problem. It was the local page that kept reloading.
What I suspect was happening was that the .htx file which is returned when IIS processes a query was somehow being replaced with the location.href value.
Perhaps using the location method on the referring page instead of the target page?
: : When I setup the location href, I used the target idc, like this:
: : location.href='survey.idc?field_name=<%idc.fieldname%>...'
: : This had the interesting effect of looping the query about 400 times (until I stopped it), and dumping each loop into the SQL server. :)
: It seems to be inter-linked. Is this possible?