Basic help

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    Created by: Greg Dowdy on 13-05-2010 01:25:55 PM
    Hello All,
    I am writing  an application to toggle hospital  room status (clean, dirty, occupied, etc
    and wish to integrate the cisco phones with the app.
    Having trouble figuring out how to post a variable to a querystring and send it
    to the server.(Flying blind with limited directions)
    The simplified menu: menu.xml
      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
    <Title>Change Room Status</Title>
    <Prompt>Enter Room Bed and Status</Prompt>
    <DisplayName>Room Number</DisplayName>\r\n
    <DisplayName>Bed Number</DisplayName>\r\n
    <DisplayName>Status Code</DisplayName>\r\n
    This menu Posts to products.asp:
        DIM strProducts
        strbed = Request.QueryString("BED")
        strroom = Request.QueryString("room")
        strcode = Request.QueryString("code")
        stri = "I"
        mMessage1 = stri&strroom&strbed&strcode
        mMessage = "Submitted " &  strroom & " bed " &  strBed & " to status " & strcode
        Response.Write mMessage
    Code Submitted
    Response.Write mMessage1
    ( Delay then mystery code to post mMessage 1 to a server)
    After writing the status change to the phone, I want to delay a bit and then send the variable mMessage1 to a query string,
    to actually toggle room status, Having trouble getting there and help is appreciated. Cant seem to get it to work correctly.
    will work if status is set to the actual code that toggles the room status, but am having trouble getting MMessage1 into string
    and sending after a delay.  Response.Write("<URL>http://kyinap000044/StatusTracker/ipPhone.cfm?status=I4151D</URL>\r\n") which tells the cold fusion back end to Input room 415 bed 1 to status D (Dirty)
    will work everytime. Just cant delay and get MMessage1 into the querystring status.
    Have tried response.addheader, but either not getting the syntax right or something. Thanks in advance.

    Subject: RE: Basic help
    Replied by: David Staudt on 13-05-2010 02:57:42 PM
    Not completely clear on the flow, but you can add this HTTP header to the response to trigger a 5 second timed refresh to your designated URL+param:
    <pre class="de1">Refresh: 5; url=

    Subject: RE: Basic help
    Replied by: Greg Dowdy on 04-06-2010 12:42:20 PM
    I could never get the <pre class="de1">Refresh: 5;

    </pre>to work correcly on the 7940's we have.
    It seems however that Response.AddHeader "Refresh", "5;URL=http://kyinap000044/StatusTracker/ipPhone.cfm?status=" & Server.URLEncode(mMessage1)  will work.