How to navigate to another web form that resides in the same server - using HREF with C#, ASP.NET

Hi:

We're upgrading our web applications written with ASP.NET, C#, from VS2003 to VS2010.

Assumed we created 2 projects, named PROJ_1 and PROJ_2; each resides inside its own folder (each is an application) under wwwroot.

Also assumed, we created web form FORM_1 in PROJ_1 and FORM_2 in PROJ_2.

In VS2003, inside HTML code of FORM_1/ PROJ_1, we can write like this for a link:
href = "../PROJ_2/FORM_2.aspx"
When the user clicks on the link, FORM_2 inside PROJ_2 is displayed.

In VS2010, it does not work. When we click on the link, error "File not found" occurred.

If you've any idea about this, please help.

Thanks a lot,

Somits
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Kumaraswamy RCommented:
try bellow example


var _basePath = 'http://www.your-site.com';
var _pagePath = '/Admin/login.aspx';

location.href = _basePath + _pagePath;

or

window.location.href =  _basePath + _pagePath;
somitsAuthor Commented:
Hi rkworlds:

Thanks a lot for replying.

The code I need is the HTML code. We're using Visual Studio 2010.

Actually, the "href = ..." code is in the source of .aspx file of a web form.

Can we use location.href and window.location.href inb HTML code?

Thanks a lot,

Somits
Todd GerbertIT ConsultantCommented:
Whether you write your code with Visual Studio 2003, 2010, Notepad, or a pen & paper is mostly irrelevant; your code runs on the server, what's significant is the web server, it's software & configuration, etc (not the version of Visual Studio you are using).

Having said that, I would guess that you're starting your project from Visual Studio by pressing F5 - in which case your web application is running locally (i.e. not on the web server), inside of Visual Studio's mini-webserver (called Cassini, I believe), and since the tiny web server built into Visual Studio only ever has one application configured at a time, references to ..\someOtherApp fail.

Your application needs to be deployed to a web server; you can deploy it to your local workstation's IIS and then use Visual Studio to open the web site http://localhost/yourApp - this way it will run in your PCs IIS.

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