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Problem using Response.Redirect from a User Control

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I am using the Response.Redirect method in a User Control to allow visitors
to click an ImageButton to take them to another page. However, when I click
the ImageButton I recieve the following error:
Response is not available in this context.
I am assuming this is due to the fact that I am calling the method from the
User Control rather than the Page. If I use context.Response.Redirect I am
given the following error:
Cannot redirect after HTTP headers have been sent.
However, I do not know of any other way to programmatically send the user to
another URL. What can I do to either make the Response.Redirect method work
from a User Control, or what is another simple way to programmatically send
the user to another page? Thanks.
Nathan Sokalski
Nov 19 '05 #1
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Nov 19 '05 #2

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That takes me to the desired page, however, I did not want to use it because
it does not change the displayed URL in the browser's Address Bar. This is a
problem in my application because the buttons that will be calling the
method are the primary navigation buttons. If I used Server.Transfer every
page on my entire site would have exactly the same URL. This would prevent
users from bookmarking and/or adding pages to their favorites.

Nathan Sokalski
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