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How do I abort from Global.Session_Start()?

Posted on 2011-02-11
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If the user doesnot have access to website, I want to end it right there, if possible.

How might I do this?

Can I redirect to my error page?

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newbieweb
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Yes, you can redirect to an error page and call Session.Abandon() there.
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I can not call Redirect(). IntelliSense does not see it.

Must I prefix it with something?
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Response.Redirect() or System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Response.Redirect().
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try

Rsponse.End()
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or use

Server.Transfer("error.aspx")
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Thanks.
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