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  • Displaying other files
  • Encoding the parameters of ScriptDisplay
  • Pre-launched sessions
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Calls an external script or page (.php, .asp, .mhtml or.mht) and returns the result page in the current browser window.
// Runs the "Script1.php" script found at the root of the Web site
// and returns the result to the Web user
// Go back to the ASP initialization page of the site
// Login page in asp. Sends 3 parameters with the GET method
ScriptDisplay("/ASP/Login.asp", "Name=BOB&Pass=My+Secret&Lang=3")
// Displays an external site
ScriptDisplay(<Script name> [, <"Name1=Param1&Name2=Param2&..."> [, <Redirection>]])
<Script name>: Character string
Path and name of the script. The path can be:
  • a full URL "http://..."
  • a path relative to the root of the site "/...". In this case, the script and the Web site must be found on the same server, in one of the site sub-directories.
<"Name1=Param1&Name2=Param2&...">: Character string
Parameters intended for the script. This string contains for each parameter:
  • the name of the parameter ("Name1" for example).
  • the sign'='.
  • the value of the parameter ("Param1" for example).
Two parameters are separated by the sign'&'.
<Redirection>: Boolean
Used to define the HTTP return code of the function to the browser. This return code is mainly used for the referencing by the search engines. This parameter can correspond to:
  • True: permanent redirection (HTTP code 301). The page displayed by the function will be referenced directly.
  • False (default value): temporary redirection (HTTP code 302). Only the source page will be referenced.

Displaying other files

ScriptDisplay can be used also on a document that is not a script. In this case, the document is returned (equivalent to FileDisplay, by specifying a URL instead of a physical address).

Encoding the parameters of ScriptDisplay

The content of the parameters of ScriptDisplay is automatically encoded to be interpreted by the browsers:
  • transformation into UTF-8 (according to the options of the page and project).
  • encoding of special characters.
Therefore, there is no need to use URLEncode to encode one of the parameters of ScriptDisplay.

Pre-launched sessions

If your project uses pre-launched sessions, this function must not be used in the project initialization event. This function must be used in the "Initializing the project after connection to the site" event.
Component: wd290page.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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Last update: 05/26/2022

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