Web Forms :: Server.Transfer Or Response.Redirect To Parent Frame Or New Window
Jul 7, 2010
You have to use target attribute in form tag:
<form runat=server target=_blank> // new window
<form runat=server target=_top> // above all frames
<form runat=server target=_parent> //parent frame
<form runat=server target=someframe> // a frame by name
This can only work if the Server.Transfer is invoked from within the form such as a button click.
If your Server.Transfer method is in the Page_load event (which isn't a form event), how do you set a target window to Server.Transfer?
I have to choose between Server.transfer and Response.redirect for an Intranet application for navigation. I have chosen Server.Transfer as of now because it avoid extra round trip to server and which will help when so many users will be accessing the application. (I believe this is the main difference between reponse.redirect and server.transfer). But the problem is now that URL won't change on Server.Transfer(I don't want to implement Http headerS, as I am afraid it will take time to implement that).on redirection, I want to do something like taking benefit of server.redirect(in avoiding server processing, which happens in response.redirect) and changing the URL(as it happens in reponse.redirect).Can anyone please suggest a quick solution to it or may be help me Telling How many users can reponse.redirect can support ?
This is the very favourate question available on every interview questions site. I have searched for it. But didnt get the satisfactory practical difference between these two. show me the difference between this two through a working sample demo.
Is there any way to force a page (that opens in an iframe) to load in the parent frame (whole page/window)?
I am in a scenario where I really had to use iframes to maintain my website branding because my eCommerce provider does not support customizations. When Payment is made, I would like my TransactionComplete.aspx to open in the parent frame and not within the same child frame.
We have an aplication which works fine withing ASP 2.0 .NET Framework 3.5. Its a response. redirect call from inside ajax update panel, and it can not be outside. After updating to Framework 4.0 it no longer funchtions and returns "Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManagerParserErrorException: The message received from the server could not be parsed." without redirecting.
Server.trasfer gves the same error as well as and does not work
i have opend a popup window using C#.And in pop up window i have a button,clicking that button it should redirect to another page.Here i need to close the popup window and redirect to a page..Right now redirected page is opened in popup window..but it should be opened in parent window .
First, I've taken the time to review this question which seems to be the most similar, however, the solution that seems to have been selected will not work in my scenario.Not to mention I worry about some of the comments claiming it to be brittle or an inadequate solution.
-We have an XML document which basically contains all of the information for a Side menu.
-We have numerous URLS which are stored in a constants class.
-One of the elements in a string of XML (well call it label) is used to determine if the menu item is created as a LinkButton or a Label.
-Links use a custom user control that is used standard for all links across the application (why suggestion on similar thread doesn't work - I don't want all links to open in a new window - just one)
-One of the elements in a string of XML (well call it function) is used in a Switch statement to generate our links using Response Redirect.
It may look something like this.
Given this scenario, I'm trying to find the best way to quickly open a New Window, when a specific case in this switch statement is met. Can it be done with Response Redirect (this seems to be arguable - people say no it can't, yet other people say they have made it work)? If not, what alternative can work here?
If I need to redirect a user from one page to another, should I use redirect or go with server.transfer? I'm assuming redirect. The idea is to give the users one specific URL and then have that URL redirect to the most current iteration of the page. For example, the user may have [URL] as the URL but the actual page served to them would be [URL]
Try client.Send(msg) Global_asax.myLogger.Log(BitFactory.Logging.LogSeverity.Status, (-- Status --> form sent email to " + msg.To.ToString)) btnSendmail.Enabled =" "False" Response.Redirect("http://www.google.com/")
i am submiting a form on the button click and redirectiing to a site. But it is not working.
My login page has frame set . After login right hand side contents and left side tree view loading .. I tried to redirect to home page (frame page) when user session is expired.. But it always loading login control in right hand side..home.aspx.....
I am using a custom event in third party library for my asp.net project. When the event happens, I need to redirect to another page. Problem is that since it is custom event, Server.Transfer or Response.Redirect can't be used (I tried but got "response is not available in this context"). So I think best way would be to trigger post back in the event and redirect in page_load event on appropriate conditions. Is this right approach or is there any better idea? And, how can I trigger postback?
i have an aspx page in which a link in the grid view opens a popup page . the data in the grid view would be dynamic and i need to send the id of the row of grid while calling the child window. i get the id using sender.id, but how would i send this using window .open()?
when i open home page and click a link in whatsnew section, IE 8 opening the links in a new window.but firefox 3.5.7 opens in parant window, just like i want.how can i make IE 8 also open the links in parent window?