How to bypass RequiredFieldValidator when redirecting to another page

Posted on 2008-10-21
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
I am developing a web site in ASP.NET with VB.NET on MS Visual Web Developer.  I have a web form with a number of required fields, each using asp:RequiredFieldValidator.  I have a button that redirects the customer to another page ( Response.Redirect("product_list.aspx?id=" & categoryID) in code behind ) to con.  But when the customer clicks the button, each of the RequiredFieldValidator 's error messages fire.  Is there a way to got to the redirect page without these firing?
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Ooh, let me give that a try.

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Works like a champ!  Thanks.

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I'm glad it helped!

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