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display alert box then redirect

Posted on 2009-05-12
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i have a

ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(Me.GetType(), "AlertBox", "alert('Your request is completed.');", True)
resposne.redirect("")


i want the user to click ok in this box then redirect. but my page right now doesn't even stop for this to happen and just go straight to the redirect page. so how do i stop the page so that it allows users to click ok before it goes to redirect.
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Question by:StewSupport
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by:bootreboot
ID: 24368371
In VB.net the way to do it is

If MsgBox("message", MsgBoxStyle.OKOnly, "Title") = MsgBoxResult.OK Then
     resposne.redirect("")
End If

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by:StewSupport
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yeah but this is a web page. you can't use msgbox
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by:urir10
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why not?
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tetorvik earned 500 total points
ID: 24368434
you can do it with javascript:

 ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(Me.GetType(), "AlertBox", "alert('Your request is completed.');document.location='NewPage.aspx';", True)

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by:StewSupport
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the msgbox will work when you debugging it in vs studio but won't work when you host the site on your server.
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by:StewSupport
ID: 31580691
i didnt have document.location in my code. thanks.
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