--- 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

it would get changed (in the browser address bar) to something like

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
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