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December 12th, 2012, 10:37 AM
Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a01a8'
I'm typically a java developer but was asked to "tweak" a small ASP app my organization has. It basically accepts user input into a form and then emails the data. In my sendmail.asp form I set a session attribute (Session("emailText") = message) and then redirect to page printResults.asp. That page is basically an HTML page with a single line of VBScript code at line 21: <% Response.Write(Session.Contents("emailText")) %>
This all works on my local IIS server but when I deployed it to the host server to test & demo it I got this error:
Microsoft VBScript runtime
Object required: ''
/sub3/printResults.asp, line 21
Since I am new to ASP I have no clue why this would work locally but not on the host server. Any ideas or suggestions would be most helpful.
December 12th, 2012, 01:05 PM
Is the host an IIS server or Apache or other?
What is on line 21 of PrintResults.asp as this may give us clues as to the cause of the error.
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December 12th, 2012, 01:13 PM
I had put what is on line 21 in the original post. That line is " <% Response.Write(Session.Contents("emailText")) %>". As for the server on the host it's an IIS server. I don't know if it's version 6 or 7. I think I stumbled on to the problem though. I think the issue is that session state is disabled on the host server. When I disabled it on my local IIS server I was able to duplicate the problem. I still have to verify that but I'm confident that is the issue.
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