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Subject: Re: FLASH: Query Strings in Get URL
From: adam
Date: Tue, 29 Feb 2000 17:51:05 GMT



> That ampersand page you quoted above is only for getting around problems
> with the r4.0.25 version of flash--is that what you're using? If your
> server is set up to read asp, you could try:
>
> "main.html?it=flash&content=<%server.URLEncode("feedback.inc")%>"
>
> If that doesn't work, I think I'm all out of ideas.
>
> Helen

The article claims that it should work with all versions and so I hoped it
might help. I'm using php3. The trouble is that it's inconsistent. On my
localserver it works on win95 and NN4. I've uploaded to a live server:
http://www.webbtech.net/tmvm/ and it doesn't work on an associates' computer
with the same combination. When I test it on my local system on a NT4 with
IE5 it crashes although it works on the live webserver. All my other
combinations of win95 and win98 with either NN or IE work on the localsystem
except the NT4.

I'm able to send strings of text with spaces etc. as a variable from a php
file to flash with no trouble. I didn't think URLencode was an issue though
i did try it. The same links work fine in html so the php/html code checks
out.

Any thoughts?




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Replies
  Re: FLASH: Query Strings in Get URL, adam
  Re: FLASH: Query Strings in Get URL, Helen Triolo

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