silverligh navigation

I Dont Understand how To navigation Silverlight Pages
using simple C# Coding
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chandresh43Asked:
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jarnsaterConnect With a Mentor Commented:
...here's how it works in Silverlight 3:
http://silverlight.net/learn/learnvideo.aspx?video=187319

If your app is not launching until end of this year, you might want to go that route. If you need to ship your app earlier, I recommend using the link perviously posted. That requires ASP.NET 3.5 ServicePack1 though (the servicepack is important, otherwise it won't work)
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neilmcauliffeCommented:
Navigating in silverlight kind of goes back to windows form method of doing things check out the following video its pretty easy

http://silverlight.net/learn/learnvideo.aspx?video=56933

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chandresh43Author Commented:
its only switch pages
i want to navigate page
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peterdunganCommented:
the switch pages method is the only way to navigate between pages inside a silverlight application in silverlight 2. I think this is different in SL3. It has the exact same effect as navigating pages.

Unless you mean you want to change pages in the browser (different urls)? Just use a hyperlinkbutton to do that.
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jarnsaterCommented:
In Silverlight 3, there is built in support for deep linking and proper navigation via the browser's back/forward buttons.

But you can actually do this already in Silverlight 2 providing that your host has ASP.NET 3.5 SP1 installed.

Check out this link, just copy the code (some javascript and c#) they've written and you're set!
http://blog.webjak.net/2008/09/08/control-silverlight-by-using-browser-back-and-foward-buttons/
 
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chandresh43Author Commented:
not work
is it possible in silverlight3
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jarnsaterCommented:
I'm sorry, I don't understand your comment. It is built in in Silverlight 3 and very easy to use, but you _can_ use it Silverlight 2 (with the code from the link above). We use it in a commercial product we are creating with Silverlight 2 and WCF and it works great!
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