Pass Value From One App To Another Via HTTP Header?

Jun 15, 2010

We are implementing a single sign on mechanism in an enterprise environment, where the token is shared between applications using HTTP header. Now, in order to do the integration test, I need to write an application to simulate this. Is there any way in ASP.NET where I can redirect to another web-page and pass a custom HTTP header in the process?

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