Web Forms :: Redirect Url After The Form Has Been Successfully Sent?
Jun 9, 2010
I have this basic code for form mail from 1&1 i would like to add a redirect url after the form has been successfully sent, So once you hit the send button and your forms is sent you are then taken to a new web page that is a thankyou page.I would like to know if this can be done with the server script? and where the response redirect should go? Do i need to add any code to my html page? Attached is the server script (below) and underneath a sample of the basic HTML. Any suggestions most welcome - thanks <% @LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%><html><head><title></title><meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"></head> <body> <% Set Mail = Server.CreateObject("SMTPsvg.Mailer") 'create an Asp mail component.Mail.FromName = "1&1 Test"Mail.FromAddress= Request.Form("email")Mail.RemoteHost = "mrelay.perfora.net" ' The mail server you have to use with Asp MailMail.AddRecipient "ABCDE Company", "email@example.com"Mail.Subject = "Website - Info Request"Mail.BodyText = Request.Form("info")if Mail.SendMail then else Response.Write "Mail send failure. Error was " & Mail.Responseend if %> <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"><html><head><title>ASP Mail Test page</title><meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"></head><body background=""><table width="100%" border="0" align="center"> <tr> <td width="54%" align="center" valign="top"> <form onSubmit="return ValidateForm()" method="post" action="forminfo.asp"> Email Address:: <input name="email" type="text" id="email" size="41"></p> Comments:: <textarea name="info" cols="35" rows="10">
I have a browser-like software application that logs in to my asp.net site through the login control. Depending on the user info used, the application gets redirected to a text file in the server. The content of the file is then displayed in the application.
The files are created using vb.net streamwriter createtext.
I can get the content of the file correctly the first time the application logs in to the website, but the the 2nd and succeeding attemps results in garbage data (different encoding maybe?). I didn't get this problem when I was hositng the asp.net site locally using (IIS 5.1) - the site is currently hosted using II 6 remotely. what could be wrong? Could it be because I don't log-out of the site?
and I'm trying to clear the dropdown lists and the text box but also still give the thankyouLabel.Text message back to the user to give them some idea that their data has been submitted. I know that with a response.redirect that you're doing a postback but what I'm wondering is if there's a better way to clear a form so I can give users a clear form and also my thankyouLabel.Text message.
I have a situation where I send data to different domain and return back to my domain. At this point I'm losing my form data. I know that we can use sessions, cookies or query strings. But i have large data in the form. So I can't use those. Can anyone best way to save form data between postbacks and redirect.
This is code which I'm using to redirect to different domain and come back to my domain:
What has gone wrong. NOTE in both cases I got the blue wavy line under txFindCandidate but when free within a ContentPlaceHolder the code works.... when nested within LogInView LoggedInTemplate it fails.
I want to use custom redirect url in form authentication, means if authentication successfull then I want to redirect the user to a page depending the user type, if user is administrator then admin.aspx page and if user is customer then customer.aspx and if user is retailer then retail.aspx page.how can i do this ?
Using Facebox with .NET (Web Forms) is painful--this primarily HTML site was designed by someone else. I may have IIS (7.5) issues as well. This Facebox pop-up is in a separate file, login.html, that is called from index.html:
and after it's validated (this is working), it posts to login.aspx (login.html):
The form posts. I can debug it in Visual Studio in the Page_Load method of login.aspx. The last line of the Page_Load method is:
But, the Facebox pop-up remains. Firebug shows the post, It hits the Page_Load method of login.aspx, and the Facebox pop-up doesn't go anywhere. BUT, Firebug shows welcomepage.html rendered twice in the Response tab of the XHR (huh? why XHR?) request. I thought $.post did a regular postback. And why isn't my browser actually redirecting.
If I change the form in login.html to action='login.aspx', I get a 405.0 error method not allowed (but, it's trying to post to index.html, HUH?). And I can't figure out how to fix this in IIS 7.5 on Windows 7. I get this error in Visual Studio and when deploying locally to IIS. I had read it may have to do with script mapping, handlers, or the fact that I'm posting from an but I can't find a sufficient fix.
we have windows xp operating system, here we installed my website that will be stored in the location(c://programFiles/) if we run the sample after executing ouputfile(scan.pdf)image file will be stored in C://inetpubs/ftproot/(if file transfer type is FTP). if file transfer type is HTTP then the image file is transfered to the location:c://programFiles/website1/app-data. If we install the same website in windows 2007 64 bit os website will be stored at c://programfile x(86)/. if we run the sample through ftp it is running fine and file is stored at FTP folder. but if we run the same application through HTTP, file is not transferring to destination folder(c://programFiles x(86)/website1/app-data.)
My code is below. I can add messages for row deleted and row updated fine, but the e.exception doesn't exist for row-created. My add-row 'success' message doesn't work properly because it doesn't allow the other messages to then overwrite the label.text for some reason.
Currently whenever I need to send a request to a payment-gateway, for example, I redirect my page to another page on my website which has a form with several hidden fields. I then pre-populate the values of these fields server-side, and specify in the body tag something like 'onload="form.submit();"'
However, I'm wondering, rather than redirecting to this page, is there anyway that all this data can be collected and POSTed to the payment-gateway server-side?This will cut out the need to redirect the user to this blank page, and make everything a bit more tidy.
I'm using a file "image.aspx" (with code-behind file "image.aspx.vb") to retrieve an image stored in SQL and display it in my file "main.aspx". But it is not working (I get an image error display/red "x" icon instead of the image). (All other non-binary data is retrieved/displayed fine; no "designer" file is generated/used in this project). Can anyone tell why the image is not displaying? Below is the relevant script ("Avatar" = column in SQL table containing the image file):
1. from "image.aspx" page ("template.master"---not shown here--contains form1 referenced further below):
2. from "image.aspx.vb" page:
3. from inside the script tags in the "main.aspx" page:
I have a page (i.e. page1.aspx) that a user will select from the record and it will press on the delete button. And it will redirect on another page (i.e. page2.aspx). On page2.aspx, I wrote my query for example
Code: DELETE FROM items WHERE item_id=2 how may I know if the query was successfully processed because I have to redirect again on the first page.
I'm trying to setup my website to have a URL on the server using IIS.I click on Web Sites and go to new website and select the folder with my asp.net website but at the last step I get the error message in the subject line. ERROR:"the web site creation wizard did not complete successfully. Cannot create a file when that file already exists"The name of the site that I'm using does not already exist. Can anyone explain what I need to do to get this made?