Accessing Server Variables

Every time an ASP Application/Web Page is accessed, the Web Server creates environment variables that contain information about the Browser, Web Server and the ASP Application/Web Page being accessed. You can easily access these environment variables by using the ServerObjects method of the Request Object. An example of the usage would be:

Request.ServerVariables("ServerVariableName")

The ServerVariableName just needs to be replaced with the server variable you are wanting. Below is a list of some of the server variables that you can use to provide/view information about your ASP Applications/Web Pages.


Server Variable Result
HTTP_USER_AGENT CCBot/2.0 (http://commoncrawl.org/faq/)
REMOTE_ADDR 54.167.219.201
SERVER_NAME psacake.com
URL /web/el.asp
HTTP_REFERER

To list all Server Variables... create a page like this:  

<bodybgcolor="#FFFFFF">
<font face="arial">
<table border=1cellspacing=2 cellpadding=2align=center valign=top>
<%
For EachItem InRequest.ServerVariables %>
<tr>
<
td><%= Item %></td><td> <%= Request.ServerVariables(Item)%></td> </tr>
<% Next%> </table> </font> </BODY> </HTML>

asp server variables Request ServerVariables


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