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Asp.net Wizard (Saving data between steps)

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Hello,

I’m about to create a wizard within asp.net.  I’d like to capture the information entered by users at each stage and then only commit to the database at the end.

What the best mechanism to accomplish this?
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Question by:andyw27
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You can handle the FinishButtonClick event and do the database work in there.
Here's a video tutorial.
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