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Response.Write and Response.Redirect

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On my Page_Load event, i need to do some validation and then either let
them proceed, or display a error message and boot them back to the
previous page. Here is the code:

Response.Write("<script>alert('Error Message here');</script>");
Response.Redirect("Configuration.aspx");

Problem is that if I call Response.Redirect to move them to the previous
page, the Response.Write gets eaten. How do I solve this issue?
thanks!

Nov 17 '05 #1
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You have to response.write some javascript to do the redirect client side.

"Matthew Wieder" <De*********@SatoriGroupInc.com> wrote in message
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On my Page_Load event, i need to do some validation and then either let
them proceed, or display a error message and boot them back to the
previous page. Here is the code:

Response.Write("<script>alert('Error Message here');</script>");
Response.Redirect("Configuration.aspx");

Problem is that if I call Response.Redirect to move them to the previous
page, the Response.Write gets eaten. How do I solve this issue?
thanks!

Nov 17 '05 #2

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What javascript would that be?
thanks!

Marina wrote:
You have to response.write some javascript to do the redirect client side.

"Matthew Wieder" <De*********@SatoriGroupInc.com> wrote in message
news:3F**********@SatoriGroupInc.com...
On my Page_Load event, i need to do some validation and then either let
them proceed, or display a error message and boot them back to the
previous page. Here is the code:

Response.Write("<script>alert('Error Message here');</script>");
Response.Redirect("Configuration.aspx");

Problem is that if I call Response.Redirect to move them to the previous
page, the Response.Write gets eaten. How do I solve this issue?
thanks!



Nov 17 '05 #3

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I got it. For those interested:
Response.Write("<script>location.href = WebPage.aspx';</script>");

thanks for the help.

Matthew Wieder wrote:
What javascript would that be?
thanks!

Marina wrote:
You have to response.write some javascript to do the redirect client
side.

"Matthew Wieder" <De*********@SatoriGroupInc.com> wrote in message
news:3F**********@SatoriGroupInc.com...
On my Page_Load event, i need to do some validation and then either let
them proceed, or display a error message and boot them back to the
previous page. Here is the code:

Response.Write("<script>alert('Error Message here');</script>");
Response.Redirect("Configuration.aspx");

Problem is that if I call Response.Redirect to move them to the previous
page, the Response.Write gets eaten. How do I solve this issue?
thanks!



Nov 17 '05 #4

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Just one additional thing. Using Response.Write() is dodgy at best with
ASP.Net. Try using Page.RegisterStartupScript() instead.

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lots of little things.

"Matthew Wieder" <De*********@SatoriGroupInc.com> wrote in message
news:3F**************@SatoriGroupInc.com...
I got it. For those interested:
Response.Write("<script>location.href = WebPage.aspx';</script>");

thanks for the help.

Matthew Wieder wrote:
What javascript would that be?
thanks!

Marina wrote:
You have to response.write some javascript to do the redirect client
side.

"Matthew Wieder" <De*********@SatoriGroupInc.com> wrote in message
news:3F**********@SatoriGroupInc.com...

On my Page_Load event, i need to do some validation and then either let them proceed, or display a error message and boot them back to the
previous page. Here is the code:

Response.Write("<script>alert('Error Message here');</script>");
Response.Redirect("Configuration.aspx");

Problem is that if I call Response.Redirect to move them to the previous page, the Response.Write gets eaten. How do I solve this issue?
thanks!

Nov 17 '05 #5

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