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how can i response.redirect after doing a response.flush? i keep getting cannot redirect after http headers has been send?

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alain
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by:gregoryyoung
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this is correct because the headers are used to do the redirect ...

you could write out javascript to do the redirect
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by:alain123
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hmm. the redirect needs to be done on the server side..
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by:msdixon
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Response.Write("<script language=\"javascript\">document.location = 'yourUrlHere.aspx'</script>");
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by:AdrianJMartin
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use a javascript to redirect the browser, when you use the Server.Redirect, asp.net actually post a header to the browser to request that the browser redirects to another location:-

<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0;URL=rediretedpage.htm">  this is in the headwer section of response.

technically you should include the full url on the internet as some browsers can decide not to handle the redirect based on securty settings.

the following javascript can be written to the response at any time will be actioned as soon as the browser parses it

<script language=javascript>
<!--
location.replace("page1.htm")
//-->
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yes basically you write out the javascript from the server to tell the broswer to redirect ...
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by:msdixon
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isn't that what i said? how is that different?
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its what I had said previously as well ...
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