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Passing web variable to other applications

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Is it possible to pass a variable from one web page to another, when it is a separate application?  I have a web aplication that uses a file manager, that is a separate web application.  I now have the need to pass this separate file manager application a variable from my original web application.  Is this possible in .NET ?

Thanks in advance.
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You can use Querystring.

suppose you have ID variable in WebApplication1 and u can call appln 2 using
http://Webapplication2/Page1.aspx?Id=100

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The link I provided details how information can be passed from one web page to another.  This question was fully answered.
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