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how to use form action redirect to other page for processing?
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by:arif_eqbal
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Use
Server.Transfer(URL)
or
Response.Redirect(URL)

And in case you want that the form is not PostedBack i.e. on click of Submit it should go to a new page then switch to the HTML editor in the SDK and in the Form Tag add

Action='URL'
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by:knobloch
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Acturally, I want the <form action> like the regular html <form action> behave, which are name attruble, value attruble, type attruble, input, ect... the action attruble behave will forward the form with controls or contains to other site for processing.
The server.transfer or redirect is redirect to other web page, it doesn't forward with form controls or contains to other web site for processing.
I have a work around, which is build a string with html form attrubles and values using response.write to transter form contrains to other web site for processing.
This may not be the good way, but it works.
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arif_eqbal earned 500 total points
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Well that's OK
However you have full control over the generated HTML
You can as I said switch to the HTML Editor and modify the code to add whatever Action Tag permissible in HTML.

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