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Posted on 2014-09-27
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Hi Expert,

I read other person's code

If HTTPMethod="Get" then

Do something.


My question is when if statement will be true? From same page refresh or from Server.Redirect or Response.redirect?

Thanks in advance.
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GET is the 'normal' method.  Every link that you click on in a browser uses the 'GET' method.  POST and the other methods require an HTML form or a program to use them.  This http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypertext_Transfer_Protocol is a decent explanation.

I believe that any 'redirect' sends a message to the browser telling it to GET the new page.
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