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Can I write AJAX within an ASP page?

Can I write AJAX within an ASP page?

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Can I do something like this? I am not sure if I can because it is giving me an invalid character error.





function c
 
.....
set httpRequest =  Server.CreateObject("MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP") 'MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP.6.0 
httpRequest.Open "POST", APIURL, False ' false means asynchronous'
httpRequest.setRequestHeader "content-type", "application/x-www-form-urlencoded"
httpRequest.Send checkRatesArray
postResponse = httpRequest.ResponseText 
set httpRequest=Nothing
 
response.Write postResponse 
 
redirect(postResponse)
 
end function
 
function redirecting(thisOne)
       
           
     $.ajax({
                               type: "POST",
                               url: "../easyparcel/decodeTrial.asp",
                               data: JSON.stringify({postResponse}),
                               contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8",
                               dataType: thisOne,
                               task:"checkRates", 
                               success: function (msg) {
 
                                   window.open("MultiLineTitleForAnchor.aspx");
                               }
      });
 
 end function
 
I am trying to send a json object between two asp files. Any idea how to do this?

RE: Can I write AJAX within an ASP page?

The ajax code has to be written in either an external .js file or in a <script> block on the aspx page.

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