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Convert ASP to ASP.NET 2.0

Posted on 2006-11-03
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<DIV ALIGN="CENTER">
      <INPUT TYPE="BUTTON" CLASS="AppButton" VALUE="VIEW THE APPLICATION" NAME="Print"
      onClick="FormNewWindow(this.form,'../Print/Ltr.asp')">
</DIV>


function FormNewWindow(objForm,strSubmitToThis,strWidth,strHeight,blnHelper,blnHideWarning)
{
}

Convert this button call to FormNewWindow from classic ASP to ASP.NET 2.0.  I want to use the .net button control not the html.

Thank you!
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Question by:codeshelp
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Carl Tawn earned 125 total points
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Try:

    <div align="center">
       <asp:Button runat="server" CssClass="AppButton" Text="VIEW THE APPLICATION" ID="Print" OnClientClick="FormNewWindow(this.form,'../Print/Ltr.asp')" />
    </div>
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by:codeshelp
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I get the following error:

Validation of viewstate MAC failed. If this application is hosted by a Web Farm or cluster, ensure that <machineKey> configuration specifies the same validationKey and validation algorithm. AutoGenerate cannot be used in a cluster.

Any ideas?
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by:Carl Tawn
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I don't think thats a problem with cause by the asp:Button, but by your web server not being configured correctly.
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