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Method 4 - Querystrings

4) Generated QueryString

Well, if you don't like panels and don't like Session Variables then your running out of options - fast. But there is one last way that you may want to try - the good old Querystring.

<script language="VB" runat="server">
Sub Do_page1(sender as object, e as EventArgs)
Response.Redirect("mpf6.aspx?name=" & name.Text)
End Sub
</script>
<form runat="server">
Enter your name: <asp:textbox id="name" runat="server" /><br>
<asp:button text="Next Page" runat="server" OnClick="Do_page1" />
</form>

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<script language="VB" runat="server">
Sub Do_page2(sender as object, e as EventArgs)
Response.Redirect("mpf7.aspx?name=" & Request.QueryString("name") & "&city=" & city.Text)
End Sub
</script>
<form runat="server">
What city do you live in <%=Request.QueryString("name")%>? <asp:textbox id="city" runat="server" /><br>
<asp:button text="Next Page" runat="server" OnClick="Do_page2" /><p>
</form>

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Thanks <%=Request.QueryString("name")%>, I hope it's nice in <%=Request.QueryString("city")%>.

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This is not really an option if you have a large form because you'll have to build a huge querystring from scratch. Also, updating this kind of form is very hard (mainly with editing the Querystring).


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