Scope of the Internet Script Classes
The Request, Response, and Cookie classes can be accessed only from PeopleCode. They can be used only as part of a PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture application—either as part of a page created in Application Designer or an iScript. An iScript is always contained in a WEBLIB record. You wouldn't use any of these objects in an Application Engine program, a Component Interface, and so on. However, an iScript could call and start a Component Interface, a Business Interlink, and so on.
To access the Request or Response object, use the %Request and %Response system variable. These variables are objects, so you use them with dot notation.
%Response.SetContentType("text/HTML"); If %Request.GetParameter("encode") <> "" Then