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Python CGI --> ASP Request

This question may be simple, so please bear with me.

We have a mainly ASP VBScript website running on IIS. I've installed
Python and created a CGI form which takes text input and produces a
string of URLs. The CGI page works fine.

Currently, when submitting the form the user is redirected to the CGI
file's embedded html page. I would like for the user to submit the form
and be brought back to the originating VB/ASP page with the
<%=Request("RESULT")%> tag filled in with the links generated in the CGI
form.

This seems so simple, but I can't think of an alternative to a
non-manual <form> submission in the CGI, or an ugly and slow redirect
page...

TIA
Jul 18 '05 #1
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