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Read cookies created in ASP.Net using vbscript

Hi guys,

I am writing an application in asp.net but im attempting to write some
client side validation. I have most of this working but i am having
trouble reading cookies set in asp.net using vbscript on the client
side. Luckily im in a controlled browser environment therefore i can
use vbscript. I understood that all cookies were client side - i
therefore dont understand why i cant read them.

i have tried the following code but it just doesnt work correctly
msgbox(<%=Reque st.cookies("Cli entCode")%>)

error message
Microsoft VBScript runtime error: Object required: 'System'

Any help appreciated

thanks

CG

Jul 6 '06 #1
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