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Difference between Server.Tranfer and Response.Redirect?

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Hi,

I was wondering, is there a difference between Server.Transfer and
Response.Redirect? They seem to do the same thing. Or am I mistaken?

TIA
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Oct 11 '08 #1
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Dale:
The basic difference is that Server.Transfer change the
executing page on the server. The new page can reference the older
using the parameter Page.PreviousPage.
The Response.Redirect tells the browser that need to navigate
the new page, and then it make a new request with the URL given by the
server.

Gustavo A. Cantero
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Conversación: Difference between Server.Tranfer and Response.Redirect?
Asunto: Difference between Server.Tranfer and Response.Redirect?

Hi,

I was wondering, is there a difference between Server.Transfer and
Response.Redirect? They seem to do the same thing. Or am I mistaken?

TIA
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Oct 11 '08 #2

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Hi,

I was wondering, is there a difference between Server.Transfer and
Response.Redirect? They seem to do the same thing. Or am I mistaken?

TIA

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Oct 11 '08 #3

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