How To Determine If A Request Is The Result Of A Postback

Aug 5, 2010

I'm implementing a custom page caching solution and I don't want the request to be cached or retrieved from the cache if it's in response to a form submission or some sort of postback.I'm trying to figure out if the current HttpRequest is a postback. Is there a way of doing this outside the context of a page or other usercontrol? In otherwords if I'm inside an HttpModule I don't have access to this.IsPostBack but I still need to determine if it is in fact a postback.

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