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Difference in using Response.Write as opposed to HtmlTextWriter.Write in overridden Render method

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I have a base class for an aspx page where i override the render method and do some processing.  I have setup AJAX for some controls on my page, In my Render method if I use Response.Write the ajax functionality is not working no call backs are happening.  But if i use writer.Write (HtmlTextWriter) the ajax functionality is working fine.  Does anybody know the difference of using Response.Write as opposed to HtmlTextWriter.Write in the Render method?
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David H.H.Lee earned 250 total points
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Hi Democracydata,
You can see the great explanation regarding the comparison between
HtmlTextWriter.Write and Response.write issues here:

-Check for "HtmlTextWriter" section:
http://www.dotnetspider.com/resources/4370-Developing-Web-Applications.aspx

Hope that solve your doubt.
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