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Jan 20, 2000

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How to Pop Up Message Boxes with ASP Code

It's helpful during debugging to be able to print out values as the page is executing. Although this is generally done using Response.Write statements, it can also be done with client-side JavaScript. This code can be used to pop up a message box with ASP code, because message boxes themselves are not supported in ASP (server-side code execution). Remember to remove this code segment from the production code; use this only for debugging purposes.

Example:

  
' ASP code 
%>
<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="Javascript">
alert("<%  = strMessageToShow %>")
</SCRIPT>
<%
' rest of ASP code  
Jai Bardhan
 
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