Monday, December 20, 2004

Response.Redirect, Server.Transfer, Server.Execute

  • Tells the browser to redirect.
  • Consumes less server resources than Response.Redirect
  • Changes the focus on the web server and transfers the request.
  • Does not maintains the original URL.
  • Cannot navigate to an external URL.
  • Has a second parameter "preserveForm" which when set to true, all the objects in the page can be accessed from the page which you are transfering to. You can access that using Request.Form("txtName")


  • Executes a page and returns the results.
  • Is not very important in ASP.Net


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