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How i can pass a big Xml string from silverlight to aspx to aspx

Posted on 2009-04-13
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In silverlight i build a Xml and i put the result in a string. I pass the string to the parent aspx.
I need to pass the result to another aspx page.

I was able to pass my xml to the parent page aspx, but my problem is i dont know how to pass pass a 10000 long caracters string to another aspx from my parent aspx.

On the new aspx i have a crystal report and the source is my xml string.

Thx for your help !!!


silverlight Code :
HtmlPage.Window.Invoke("GetXml", myXml);
 
Aspx code:
  <script type ="text/javascript">
    function GetXml(xmlValue)
  {
        //alert(xmlValue);
        window.open("\\Report.aspx", "Report");
        return xmlValue;
    }
</script>

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I would use the HttpContext bucket if possible or the session bucket. In your one aspx page, you could have:

HttpContext.Current.Items("MyXMLString") = xmlValue

Then in the second page, retrieve it:

xmlValue = HttpContext.Current.Items("MyXMLString")
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