Change The QueryString Parameters With A BtnClick Event?

Mar 25, 2009

I Want to change the QueryString parameters with a btnClick event , Actully i am Using update panel the the and bind some info of user on some control .. Everything is working properly ... But the problem is that when i m trying to bind Next user Info ... the quersting does don't change .I m usiing 3 hidden values .. according to that i m binding the data...But the orignal user QueryString doesn't change

<input type="hidden"
id="hdnPreviousID"
runat="server" [code]...

how to change the QueryString without Response.redirect



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I have two examples to show you what I want to achieve here. But to point what's different about my question, Is that I'm having a parametrized URLs and I want to implement URL rewriting to my application. But I don't want to convert the parameter in the URL to be placed between slashes..."page.aspx?number=one" to "pages/one/" << NOT!

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Second example:

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[Code]....

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2) Use "RedirectUrl" in an event handler:
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