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Can I send any data this way?

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I need to open a new window (code below) and send that page one variable...  Should I send it or is there a way to call it from the new .aspx page?

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Me.RegisterStartupScript("Key", _
            "<script language='javascript'>window.open('InApproval.aspx', 'RqStatus', 'width=600,height=450');</script>")
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you can send a new page Session variable...

Session("NameSessionVariable") = YourVariable

and you can call it from your new page
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or you can add a variable to the page string...

'InApproval.aspx?string="+variable"'
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