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Scanning an ASP web page

Posted by ^FiRE^ (^FiRE^), 27 April 2004
Im about to write a script for a bot that will scan the source of an web page written in ASP. But i dont have any idea how to do that

For html pages it works fine for me. If anyone knows how to use it in ASP pls help me!!!


Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 27 April 2004
Do you mean scan the source as it's stored on the server, or to scan the pages as they're viewed by a browser / crawler?   If the latter, the data will just be HTML  

Posted by ^FiRE^ (^FiRE^), 27 April 2004
I mean the html source that will be generated byt the ASP code. What means the the page that will be viewed in the browser.

But its not working form me to scan it.

pls help if u can


Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 28 April 2004
The HTML generated by an ASP page should be just the same as a regular page of HTML - the differenece is in how it's created rather than the type of tages, etc, that it contains.  I suspect that the program you have works specifically with a subset of HTML, or doesn't take into account certain things that can be included in an HTML page such as CSS or Javascript.

We'll need a fuller descriprion and a few lines of sample code to help you further - "doesn't work" is really not enough of a clue, and without code showing the problem in - say - a maximum of 30 lines, it's impossible to offer more than general advise on a board such as this.

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