I searched Google to find difference between Response.ReDirect and Server.Transfer. I found many links but articles are confusing. It is still not very clear:
(1) In which situations to use Server.Transfer?
(2) When the page is about to restore its view state and during that time the connection with the server breaks, what will happen? Will the view state be successfully restored?
(3) Does Response.Redirect refreshed memory on each call and it is not possible to access last page contents?
Use below given codes and check your URL after redirect the page. You can understand the difference. While using Server.Transfer URL is not updating.
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