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Navigating to a new URL in C# code

Posted on 2007-11-30
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I have a form with a "save" button at the bottom. When the user clicks this button, I have some c# code which saves the form data to a database. But after the form is saved, I want to be able to navigate to a new web page. I know how to navigate to a new page with a link button, or inside of the ASP code, but I can't figure out how to do this from my c# routine.  I'd appreciate any help.

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This is not a classic ASP issue, it's a .net one. Anyway, it is something like Response.Redirect() too. Use IntelliSense to find out the exact syntax.

Stilgar.
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