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Hello all. I've got an asp datagrid that has 1000's of records depending on the day. Each page is set to display 200 max records per page so you could be 4 or 5 pages into it. The items in the data gird are links to a different page to provide record information.

Once you are on the individual record's information page there is a back button to return back to the data grid.  The code for the back button is simply:

 MyBase.Redirect("SearchInProcessTransactionResults.aspx")

The only issue is it doesn't return you to the current page index you were on it automatically takes you back to the first page of the datagrid effectively losing your place, which isn't ideal seeing you may have been on page 8 for example or not even remember what page you were on.

On the datagrid page i move between the pages just by using the dgResults.CurrentPageIndex function. What is the best way to get back to the currentpageindex you left off on when return from a records information page?

 
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Question by:judsonV
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You must send your current page index to data individual record's page so it's able to return back this value to the datagrid when clicking back button.
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Save the value of dgResults.CurrentPageIndex into Session, e.g. In the PageIndexChanging event:
Session["MyIndex"] = dgResults.CurrentPageIndex;

Before binding the grid, check the value of Session["MyIndex"] and use this value to display the records in the grid.
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