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Object Reference

The following are available in the .ASP environment
Application Object Stores information related to the entire Web application, including variables and objects that exist for the lifetime of the application.
ASPError Object Stores information about an error condition.
ObjectContext Object A wrapper for the COM+ ObjectContext object, which provides methods used for transaction processing.
Request Object Stores information related to the HTTP request. This includes forms, cookies, server variables, and certificate data.
Response Object Stores information related to the server's response. This includes displaying content, manipulating headers, setting locales, and redirecting requests.
Server Object Provides methods for various server tasks. With these methods you can execute code, get error conditions, encode text strings, create objects for use by the Web page, and map physical paths.
Session Object Stores information related to the user's session, including variables and objects that exist for the lifetime of the session.

The older Active Server Pages framework provides five built-in objects:

· Application

· Request

· Response

· Server

· Session

The built-in objects are special because they are built into Active Server Pages and do not need to be created before you can use them in scripts.

This reference provides information about each of the built-in objects and their properties, methods, and events. For more information on server scripting with Active Server Pages, see the Active Server Pages Scripting Guide. For information about server components, see the Component Reference.

Note The examples in this reference use Microsoft® Visual Basic® Scripting Edition (VBScript) as the primary scripting language. However, Active Server Pages scripts can be written in any supported scripting language. For more information on how to change the primary language, see Setting the Primary Scripting Language in the Active Server Pages Scripting Guide.

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