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  1. phrancie

    #include help

    Actually, it worked just fine the way I had it above. Its close to your example with the exception that I closed out the <% at the end of each line where you did not. Yes, it executes the code from each file but it only inserts the code into the source for the option chosen in the case statement. The only downside to the way I did it is that you can't use a <%@ Language=VBScript%> at the top of any of the files located in the case statement. If I wanted to call any of those files outside of the case statment as an independent page, that would fail.Thanks for the help though,-Phran
  2. phrancie

    #include help

    I looked through the http://www.w3schools.com/asp/asp_incfiles.asp tutorial and noticed that I can't do what I was doing in my code down in the Tips and Notes section. I'm hoping someone here might be able to help with what I'd like to do.I want to include a file based on the input received from the user. I'm doing this because I don't want to use frames in my website, I'd rather use tables. So, depending on the input I receive from the user, I'm going to include the file into a section of the table rather than opening the file in another frame. Here's my snippet of code: ACTION = Request
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