--- Chris Payne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi there,
> 
> Thanks for the below, but I'll try to explain it a bit better.
> 
> I don't have access to the ASP server, it's a general server setup
> for
> companies, to query their server you must use the
> ?pid=uniquecompanynumber
> as it tracks your IP to make sure the correct server is connecting.
>  Anyway,
> what I need is to be able to query this server and get the url
> response
> ONLY, in other words, when it sends a response back I need to pick
> up what
> their URL and any additional values IN their url are, and not the
> body of
> the page itself.
> 

Just to help clarify, is this what you're saying?

If you were to go to the page via a web browser, and put in something
like:
http://www.someserver.com/somepage.asp?pid=11101

it would get changed (in the browser address bar) to something like
http://www.someserver.com/somepath/someotherpage.asp

If that's the case, it's being redirected somehow. Not sure how you
can grab that, but there's probably a way.

=====
Mark Weinstock
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
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