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    This article provides an index of all Microsoft Knowledge Base articles that concern Active Server Pages (ASP). This list reflects articles published through June 15, 2000.
    On a machine running IIS 3, ASP 115 errors may occur when values are stored in the session object variables such as "Session("lngCustomerMasterID")=52999." The following error page appears:
    …Forums Downloads Developer…Applications (ASP.NET) …Handling with ASP.NET Search Dynamically…NET: An ASP.NET FAQ…Click here to download the code sample…
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    …attribute to false. ASP.NET works…request will have to download any scripts (such as ASP.NET AJAX scripts…s script and download a copy of it here…problems in your ASP.NET application…
    This step-by-step article describes how to migrate an ASP Web application to ASP.NET while retaining existing file names. By default, script mappings are added when you install the .NET Framework on a computer that is running Windows 2000 or Windows...
    This article describes how to create an Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) 1.0 queue and send a test message to the queue using an Active Server Pages (ASP) script that uses VBScript.
    Describes how to use the ASP features in FrontPage 2000 to delete a record from an Access database. To do this, create a custom query and enter it into the "FrontPage Database Results Wizard".
    Describes an error message that you receive when you preview an ASP page. You can download and install Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) version 2.1 or a later version to resolve the problem.
    Describes how to use the ASP features in FrontPage 2000 to update information in an Access database. To do this, create a custom query and enter it into the "FrontPage Database Results Wizard".

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