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  1. #1
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    I have a web project with 5 asp pages:

    the login page
    the check the loging page
    the page with most of the data
    and include file name .....asp (per King's suggestion)
    and a dummy page which says: "and here be dragons. More to come" with some data passed from the data page.

    It was working fine and the 1st 4 pages are still working.

    I was trying to change the last page by simply modifying the passed data, and the change wasn't taking.

    I found that this was because the default directory was pointing to the wrong directory. I changed the default from a network directory to a local direcotory. While changing that, I was given the option of selecgting half a million things that IIS claimed would be affected. I selected all and went on.

    Now the story gets murkier. The change STILL wasn't taking so I went into the data page, changed the call to the dummy page from "..." to "x...".

    Naturally, I couldn't find the "new" dummy page. I went back into the data page changed the call from "x..." to "..." and it STILL wanted the "x..." page.

    I went back to data, changed to "x...", changed the name of the dummy asp page to "x..." and lo and behold, it worked. I then attempted to change the dummy page again, and no go. What in the world is going on????
    DerFarm
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  3. #2
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    Ok, I removed IIS and re-installed it, along with IE. Along the way, I also removed FastFind Indexing.

    Could the Indexing have been the problem? It's like the IIS was pulling the page from memory rather than the directory position. I did have the retrieve property set to 0, however, so the browser should have had to go the original page.
    DerFarm
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