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It might do well to check the aspx part of the page. . How can I solve this? Browse other questions tagged c# asp.net c#-4.0 response.redirect or ask your own question. Overlaying two images Should I have doubts if the organizers of a workshop ask me to sign a behavior agreement upfront? http://ariseoo.com/response-redirect-not/response-redirect-not-working-asp-net.html

My calling method is to call login page & after checking user id & password, it then redirect to company login page & after checking company user id password it then You should pass false as the second parameter and then complete the request. Reply gyclone Member 313 Points 140 Posts Re: Response.Redirect not redirecting Sep 10, 2008 11:40 AM|gyclone|LINK Thanks for the confirmation! Thanks!

Application Lifecycle> Running a Business Sales / Marketing Collaboration / Beta Testing Work Issues Design and Architecture ASP.NET JavaScript C / C++ / MFC> ATL / WTL / STL Managed C++/CLI Can anyone verify that Response.Redirect will work on the Visual Studio 2008 Pro. It didn't even take the Catch path of the Try Catch construct.

Note: if u got working code or any clear u need to click "Accept Solution" or post ur working code in "I've solved this myself!" dont forget,not only u benefit other You might only notice such effects while debugging depending if your browser setting tell it to ignore script errors. So yes, it should work. Does this series involving sine converge or diverge?

Reply zhshqzyc Member 181 Points 588 Posts Re: Response.Redirect is not working Apr 18, 2012 08:06 PM|zhshqzyc|LINK They are in the same folder. Sean Westerfield Web, Application, and Database Developer/I.S. Do I need an Indie Studio Name? Let's work to help developers, not make them feel stupid.

If a question is poorly phrased then either ask for clarification, ignore it, or edit the question and fix the problem. The Art of Word Shaping How does \hline work? If you use any master pages I would look into the JavaScript that that page is generating and look from there. Blake Reply With Quote Apr 11th, 2011,01:21 PM #4 honeybee View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Randalf the Red Join Date Jun 2000 Location off others' brains Posts 4,334 Re:

What happens then? Hope someone can help.... c# asp.net share|improve this question edited Oct 29 '13 at 22:20 asked Oct 29 '13 at 17:39 Leo 9001230 1 Can you give more details about the context of this This might help finding out if your current page has a problem. .

Register Login Home > Forums > Regular Expressions > Loading ... this content I have not changed my signature in a long while and now it has started to stink! So when you get an error, the page is posted to the browser and the browser triggers the redirect. If the userchangepassword.aspx is in a directory that has anonymous users blocked, then yes, it's going to bounce right back to the login.aspx page.

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Huh... In my FillGrid() function I have used a try catch block. Simply remove the try catch block and things should work.

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Without knowing more, it'll be difficult to answer. –Ryan Oct 29 '13 at 17:42 3 Response.Redirect always throws an exception. I have a simple forms authentication that all works fine, ie it validates user details against a db. How do you know it doesn't work? –Mike Perrenoud Oct 29 '13 at 17:55 try changing Response.Redirect("/") to Response.Redirect("~/") –th1rdey3 Oct 29 '13 at 18:00 Ryan I try { Response.Redirect("AdminDashboard.aspx"); } catch (ThreadAbortException te) { //do nothing or handle as required } Hope that helps!

I do have a version that works... Thanks, Blake Reply With Quote Apr 13th, 2011,01:50 AM #8 honeybee View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Randalf the Red Join Date Jun 2000 Location off others' brains Posts 4,334 Can someone explain this visual proof of the sum of squares? check over here eg - code snippet: FormsAuthentication.SetAuthCookie(dat("USER_ID"), AutoLogin.Checked) Context.Response.Redirect("index.aspx") 'and tried just Response.Redirect("index.aspx") Both of which look like they are going off somewhere, but never reach the desired page.

The reason in my case was SmartNavigation="True" was set at the top of the login.aspx page - soon as i removed it - it starting working. I like to collect them! Thank you all for your help!!! General FAQ Ask a Question Bugs and Suggestions Article Help Forum Site Map Advertise with us About our Advertising Employment Opportunities About Us Ask a Question All Questions All Unanswered FAQ

Also - we've tried replacing Response.Redirect with Server.Transfer - and that works in debug from Visual Studio, but it doesn't load the style template for the app. Here is my current code: Imports System.Web Partial Class CookieAcceptanceTest Inherits System.Web.UI.Page Sub Page_Load() Response.Redirect("~/MyIntranet/Pages/Default.aspx", True) End Sub End Class I am running this from VS2008 Get more power for your floppy disks. ; View honeybee's Elite Club: Use meaningfull thread titles. Your Email Password Forgot your password?

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