C# redirect


I have a page that contains two frames.

In one frame I have a textbox and a button, upon clicking the button I need the page to redirect and open a new page in the second frame.

I have already done something similar to this with a href link, so to get this to work I’ll need to set a target = information (very important, requirement of SDK I’m using)

The other tricky part is that I must be able to pass a parameter (only available at run time) as it’s the content of the text box.

Any ideas how I can achieve this in C# please?
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Duy PhamFreelance IT ConsultantCommented:
Server side code cannot interact with client-side frames. You should do that using javascript, which you can easily pass your extra parameter from the textbox (1st frame) to second frame url.

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Lokesh B RDeveloperCommented:

On ButtonClick get the TextBox Value and append it to the new page URL as querystring and pass.
Daniel Van Der WerkenIndependent ConsultantCommented:
This information might help you. Essentially, what I think you want to do here is somehow manage application state.  In this case, your "state" is the text that was input into the text box. One of the methods listed in the article is with the query string, as noted by Lokesh B R above.

I don't really know exactly what you're doing with your code, but the article I reference should give you multiple ways to do what you're looking to accomplish.
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