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    Posted: 12 May 2010 at 6:44pm
I am trying to match a string on the server side of an ASP page. My code is this:

<!-- #include file = "connection.asp" -->
<!-- #include file = "replace.asp" -->

var r_user;
var r_pass;

r_user = Request.querystring("xyz");
r_pass = Request.querystring("abc");

r_user = replaceAwithBinC("'","'",r_user + '');
r_pass = replaceAwithBinC("'","'",r_pass + '');

r_user = replaceAwithBinC('"',""",r_user + '');
r_pass = replaceAwithBinC('"',""",r_pass + '');

var quer = "SELECT access_code FROM resourceadmin WHERE (user_name = '" + r_user + "') AND (user_pass = '" + r_pass + "')";
var rs = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.RecordSet");

var access = rs("access_code");

if(access.indexOf("wc")<0) {

rs = null;

con = null;
This gets a Username and Password from a URL link, gets the "access_code" from the Access database for that subscriber and then I am trying to match the access code for the letters "wc".

It works fine until it tries to match the string "wc" to the access code. The variable "access" properly appears as 999, so the match should return "No".

However, I get an "Object doesn't support this property or method" error for the line that has the if(access.indexOf("wc")<0) statement on it. I have tried using InStr(), but that doesn't work either.

Please help! I don't know why I am getting this error. Thanks.
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Seems you're mixing javascript with asp.  The test for string comparison is INSTR; so
IF INSTR(access,"wc")>0 THEN do something
If that doesn't work, do a response.write on access to see what value it is.
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