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Hello, y'll,
Help..plz..sorry to put question here..cuz I am thinking maybe u will know the answer..
I have a xsl file which registed in IBMTP,
I create a hyperlink in xsl file: <a href="/Message?querystring" >Messages</a>
which I want it to have next thing.
the problem I have is when the query pass through to IBM TP,
the "smart" IBMTP automatically put the server name in my hyperlink which I don't like it at all. cuz it made my codes didn't work.. .
it looks like this: http://servername ort/httppvc_clnssifrag-9178I37/Messages..blahblah..
how can I ask the parser to put clean query string for me which is /Message? querystring
Thx in advance.
 
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I found the ways. Thx.
IBM, they have fix package(release in 5/3/2001)-->didn't work
in WTP, disable Fragamenatation
make sure all the session stay in the same server(cuz u might have a lot of mappings..)
 
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