Response.redirect Not Working In Vb.net
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 Check out the rtf-help tutorial General VB Faq Thread Change is the only constant thing. What happens then? In my login page, I have a postback to PasswordRecovery.aspx, and in PasswordRecovery.aspx, there is submit button to redirect the page to UserChangePassword.aspx. http://ariseoo.com/response-redirect-not/response-redirect-not-working-asp-net.html
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up .NET Response.Redirect not working properly on new server up vote 0 down vote favorite we are running into an issue with our Please remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the post that helps you. I am not a complete idiot.
Does this happen with just the mnuLogin menu or with all other menus? I'll just end up rejecting anyways.* * How to get EFFECTIVE help: The Hitchhiker's Guide to Getting Help at VBF - Removing eels from your hovercraft * * How to Use I'll just end up rejecting anyways.* * How to get EFFECTIVE help: The Hitchhiker's Guide to Getting Help at VBF - Removing eels from your hovercraft * * How to Use I'm pretty new to this kind of programming so plz forgive dumb questions.
Worked after installing. Morever there is no change in execution if false is used in response.redirect i.e. Insults are not welcome. When we build and publish the app to the server, it works fine.
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If all the codes are in the try catch block & while debugging no error were raised, & after authenticating user credentials it simply sticks to that page only, means it Let's work to help developers, not make them feel stupid. Not the answer you're looking for? Based on this, I would assume once logged in, the .net framework checks the value of Request.QueryString["ReturnUrl"] and finding it empty, so the site redirects to the base url.
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if I remember right (and it's possible I don't have it right) a .Redirect works by sending an HTTP redirect header to the browser... Your Email This email is in use. Blake Reply With Quote Apr 26th, 2011,01:58 AM #13 gep13 View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage ASP.NET Moderator Join Date Nov 2004 Location The Granite City Posts 21,966 Re: Response.Redirect weblink It's not conducive to the general learning of others.* * I also don't respond to friend requests.
Check how your authentication works for that page. Reply robwscott Contributor 5267 Points 1464 Posts Re: Response.Redirect is not working Apr 19, 2012 09:18 AM|robwscott|LINK your userchangepassword should be in the admin folder. Source code is key here I think. –KP.
An alternative way to transfer control to another page is the Transfer method.
I customize the QuestionTemplate. I wish I could but I can't since it's work related! What's the easiest way to remove chewing gum from a medium-pile floor mat? Though they both are not identical, a Server.Transfer should terminate the current page and directly load the destination page from the server itself.
The content you requested has been removed. lol Thanks for your help! –Brad Jun 4 '10 at 19:49 This is the if statement i mention above If Len(strRequestedDoc) > 0 Then strRedirectURL = strRequestedDoc Else strRedirectURL I don't understand why the Response.Redirect does that though. check over here We have tried both Response.Redirect("page.aspx",True) and Response.Redirect("page.aspx",False) and neither work when we debug.
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: Blog: dotnetthoughts Follow me @anuraj Reply _Manvel_ Contributor 2928 Points 1031 Posts Re: Response.Redirect is not working Apr 19, 2012 04:56 AM|_Manvel_|LINK When using Response.Redirect, you should specify the path to Why didn't "spiel" get an "sh"? Congratulations to the winners of November month, they have won INR 7125/- CASH prizes!
Identity Confirmation Answer the following question to receive The strange thing is - we're only seeing the issue when we run the app in debug from Visual Studio.
It didn't even take the Catch path of the Try Catch construct. This content, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL) Top Experts Last 24hrsThis month OriginalGriff 360 ppolymorphe 185 Richard MacCutchan pls post ur error msg here.And wht u write in AdminDashboard.aspx page load ? How can Average Joe create a micro-state that is a member of the UN in the least amount of time?
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