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Web Project using VB.NET, How to call a webform from buttoin click event

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Web Project using VB.NET, How to call a webform from buttoin click event

Good Web Site links would appreciated

Dan A.
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    by:toddhd
    have you tried response.redirect or server.transfer?
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    by:Dan_A
    would that be

         response.redirect page2

    Is that proper syntax ???

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    Here are some examples of the calls, as well as some info on how they work:
    http://www.csharpfriends.com/Articles/getArticle.aspx?articleID=15

    You can google those terms for more info
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