J# - Using the Response object

Can somebody tell me how to do a Response.Write in J# ?
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davetekAuthor Commented:
Increased points, need answer urgently
In the Codebehind you can write as Response.Write("Test");

In the aspx page you can write as either <%Response.Write("Test")%>
davetekAuthor Commented:
That doesnt seem to work in J#. The following error is returned when building the solution:

"Name 'Response' is not defined in current context"

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davetekAuthor Commented:
Found solution:            

System.Web.HttpResponse objResponse = this.get_Response();
objResponse.Write ("TEST");
Including, using System.Web; in the top of your code might work for you to write Response.Write("Test");
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