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Response.Redirect Open new Form/tab/page?

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Hi all am trying to open a new web form using Response.Redirect because I'm passing variables to the new page.  All works fine accept I can not get the new page to open in it's own tab or popup.  Also I can't get it to close or navigate back after saving data in a button.  The below code is what I'm working with.

Response.Redirect("frmSERVER_DETAILS.aspx?" &
                          "_SERVER_NEW=" & _SERVER_NEW &
                          "&_SERVER_NAME=" & _SERVER_NAME &
                          "&_SERVER_ITEM_KEY=" & _SERVER_ITEM_KEY)

Open in new window

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I'm pretty sure you're not going to get what you want.  'redirect' only works in the current window and it breaks the history path.  If you want a new window, you need to use an <a href... with target="_blank">.

Redirect works that way in all programming languages.  It is actually an HTTP method that is the same in all languages and browsers.
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If I can't do it this way; how can I at least navigate back or close the form?
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Ok, what I did is jus do a redirect back to the original page.
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Ok, what I did is jus do a redirect back to the original page.
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Glad you got it sorted out.
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