Web Forms :: Can Use Send Button Image To Response Or Redirect To The View Message Page
Jun 7, 2010
I'm rewriting a messaging module and the old asp application has a send button image and it used HTML submit button. My new application is asp.net. Can I use the asp send button image to response.redirect to the View message page?
I am using ASP.NET 2.0 with C#(No AJAX) in my project. In a particular web page, when the a button is clicked, some server intensive processing occurs before the same page is displayed again with the results. While code execution happens on the server in response to Button_Click event, a blank white page is shown to user on his browser in between post backs.
How do i show a message in this case, that the processing is still going on and ask the user to wait.
what i have is the follwoing Page1.aspx.cs has the following redirection in it. Response.redirect(Errors.aspx) once i go to the errors.aspx page i have a back button but at the moment it does a history.back(-1) . That is not totally corect, what i want to do is when i click on the back button go to the page that originated the call ie Page1.aspx so it goes through the Page_Load in order to refresh statues on the page. What is the best way of achieving this?
How can I make a Response.Redirect open in a new page? I guess it would be the ASP.NET equivalent of <a href="page.aspx" target="_blank">click here</a>. I have a lot of code on an OnClick event handler and it redirects at the end of the code. It would make it very simple if there was a way to do it in ASP.NET.
I am using some code similar to the code below to open a word document on my ASP.net app. Once the file has been downloaded and opened I then want to either redirect to another page or refresh the screen but nothing works after response.end and if i add it before response.end the browser never downloads the file?