Cross Page Posting Via HttpRequest || Page.PreviousPage?

Mar 26, 2011

I've been developing classic ASP pages at the job for the past five years and now we are moving to ASP.NET. I'm trying to understand how to get form field values from one page to another and it seems like there is more than one way to do it. In classic ASPI just called request.form collection and got the information. Which way is recommended in .net? Cross Page, Transfer, or HttpRequest?

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