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Tom
The asp page I developed works fine on my development machine and local IIS.
When I load the page from the production server console, using an older
version of IE, the page executes twice. I modified my variables with
javascript to verify that the request is being sent twice from the client. I
further proved this by accessing the production page from my development
machine, and it works fine.
This has never happened to me before. How can I figure out why the page is
being sent twice from and older IE, and are is there a nice work-around?

My ugly work around is to just modify my variables(javascript) after I
submit so the second submit does not do anything.

TIA

Tom
Jul 21 '05 #1
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=?Utf-8?B?VG9t?= wrote on 10 nov 2004 in
microsoft.public.inetserver.asp.general:
The asp page I developed works fine on my development machine and
local IIS. When I load the page from the production server console,
using an older version of IE, the page executes twice. I modified my
variables with javascript to verify that the request is being sent
twice from the client. I further proved this by accessing the
production page from my development machine, and it works fine.
This has never happened to me before. How can I figure out why the
page is being sent twice from and older IE, and are is there a nice
work-around?

My ugly work around is to just modify my variables(javascript) after I
submit so the second submit does not do anything.


IE on a server?

ASP has nothing to do with browsers like IE.
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Evertjan.
The Netherlands.
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but let us keep the discussions in the newsgroup)

Jul 21 '05 #2

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Jed
I would check for any AutoPostback attributes.

I would also make sure that all hrefs, img src, and other references to
external urls are not missing. I can't remember the details but something
along those lines produced that behaviour for me once.
Jul 21 '05 #3

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Tom
Jed,

Thanks for your thoughts. I think I found the error of my ways, I just got
thrown off track because it worked on one browser and not on another.
The problem was that I was using input type image to trigger a procedure
which did the submit. I just discovered that the default behavior of input
type=image is to do a submit, so that was where the extra submit came from.
Thanks for your help!!

Tom
"Jed" wrote:
I would check for any AutoPostback attributes.

I would also make sure that all hrefs, img src, and other references to
external urls are not missing. I can't remember the details but something
along those lines produced that behaviour for me once.

Jul 21 '05 #4

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