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Un-Support for @ directives
The five following @ directives are un-supported by Dynamic-CD :
@ directives should have the form : <% @ DIRECTIVE = something %> , where the directive is enclosed within ASP delimiters. Microsoft says that such directives should be located at the top of a file, but Dynamic-CD will ignore them wherever they are.
Collections, such as Request.Cookies and Sessions.Contents are currently implemented as snapshots of the current collection. This means that bizarre trickery such as ...
will not have the same effect as in standard ASP.
Serving large files
Unless a large file needs to be password protected, it is best to pass the file directly to the browser rather than having it served by Dynamic-CD. To do this, you need to pass the absolute path of the file in question. This can be accomplished as follows :
Note - the latest edition of Internet Explorer for Windows XP considers a request from a http URL to a file URL to be a security risk and does not support the above.
ASP Reserved Words
The following words are reserved and should not be used in any other context than a call to a method or property of a built-in object :
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