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I am making my website about a radio station, and it's currently PHP-based, but I am testing an ASP-based one on my dev machine.

This is the PHP querystring code:

<?
$i=$_GET['DJID'];
switch ($i) {
case 1:
    include("dj1.php");
    break;
case 2:
    include("dj2.php");
    break;
case 3:
    include("dj3.php");
    break;
default:
    echo "page not found!!!!";
}
?>

Using that produces:
http://www.localhostradiostation.co.uk/showdj.php?DJID=1
(this is a virtual host mapped via httpd.conf and
however, I've now got Apache as a reverse proxy, so I can map to ASP sites too on my IIS!)

I want to try and replicate this into my other version, which is at
http://www.localhostradiostation2.co.uk (mapped using the httpd.conf and reverse proxy method!)

I would like to know what the ASP equivalent is for this, as I have tried to get querystrings working, but only at the most basic level for ASP - I'm having to learn this so I can ensure I'm competent in both for my website design/management skills!

Please can anyone help me with the ASP code for this one?

Thanks! :)

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My httpd.conf entry for this site:

NameVirtualHost *:80

<VirtualHost *:80>
    ServerName localhostradiostation2.co.uk
    ServerAlias www. localhostradiostation2.co.uk
    DocumentRoot C:\inetpub\wwwroot\localhostradio2
    DefaultType text/html
    <Directory "C:\inetpub\wwwroot\localhostradio2">
        Options Indexes FollowSymLinks
        AllowOverride none
        Order allow,deny
        Allow from all
    </Directory>
    # sends all requests made to port 80 to another port 8080
    ProxyPass / [url]http://www.localhostradiostation2.co.uk:8002/[/url]
    #makes proper changes to server-side redirection header
    ProxyPassReverse / [url]http://www.localhostradiostation2.co.uk:8002/[/url] 
</VirtualHost>

That's the relevant extract from the httpd.conf mappings.

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