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Showing next aspx page

I'm new to VB.NET and in VB6 I used to write this to go to the next form.

Private Sub Button1_Click

Form2.Show

End Sub

But in VB.NET that doesn't work.

I have a aspx page called Main.aspx and I have a button named button1, what code do I write so that when I click on button1 it goes to the next aspx page called "search.aspx"?
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johnqtr
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Arthur_WoodCommented:
with .NET there is no such things as the VB6 Forms collection.  YOu must create an instance of the form you want to use, sort of like this:

Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender as Object, ByVal e as System.EventArgs)

   Dim frm2 as New Form2

   frm2.Show vbModal

End Sub
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Arthur_WoodCommented:
and ASP.NET is NOTHING at all like that.  to move to another ASP.NET page, you use:

Response.Redirect("Search.aspx")

and NOT form.Show


On the Web Form, after placing the Command Button, simply double-click on teh copmmand button, and then add this line to the Click event handler in the code-behind.

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