ASP Response Object
The Response object is used to send information to the client's browser.
Specifies whether the output being sent to the browser is buffered.
Specifies whether a proxy server can cache the output generated by the ASP page.
Appends the name of the character set being used to the content-type header contained in the response object.
Specifies the HTTP content type/subtype for the response. If no ContentType is specified, the default is text/HTML.
Specifies the length of time, in minutes, until a cached page on the browser expires. If a client requests the page again before it expires, the cached copy is displayed.
Specifies a time and date when a cached page on the browser will expire.
Indicates whether the client has disconnected from the server.
Platform for Internet Content Selection (PICS)
Specifies the value of the pics-label rating in the response header.
Specifies the value of the status line returned by the server.
Allows you to add a cookie to a browser and add values to cookies.
AddHeader Name, Value Method
Adds a new named HTTP header with a specific value to the response.
Appends a string to the end of an entry in the web server log for this request.
Writes the given data to the current HTTP output without any character-set conversion.
Erases any buffered HTML output without sending it to the client's browser.
Causes the web server to stop processing the current .asp file and return the current results.
Sends the contents of the buffer.
Sends a redirect message to the browser, causing it to try and connect to a different URL.
Writes a variable to the current HTTP output as a string.
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(v 3.0) indicates that this feature is only available with ASP Version 3.0, which shipped standard with IIS 5.0