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Thread: go back previous page in C#

  1. #1

    go back previous page in C#

    How to go back the previous page in C# with all the data display in previous page still remain?...(without using javacript)...Thanks!...

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    Without JavaScript? I don't think that it is possible.

    Also, I am assuming you mean Silverlight, but remember that "Page" is valid in WPF as well when dealing with the Navigation classes

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    I am not using Silverlight, just using Visual Studio 2005....
    I use Response.Redirect("previous_page.aspx");
    this make the page load again so cannot display back the previous view...
    There is really no other methods in C# without javacript?
    Thanks...

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    Visual Studio 2005 is the IDE - an application that allows you to create other applications. Silverlight is a target runtime much like WinForms, WPF, etc. You can use VS 2005 - albeit a bit hackishly - to create projects that allow you to create outputs for all three.

    Based on your code, is this a ASP.net application?

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    I am using asp.net to create web site...

    Thanks for your help.

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