Re: server.transfer different apps
- From: Göran Andersson <guffa@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 05 Sep 2007 18:55:54 +0200
I need to do a Server.Transfer on the same server same IIS site but from one
different web app to
it would not allow me to do that
I have 1.1
1. Is there a way to do it without redirect?
2. maybe 2.0 or later?
You can't do a Server.Transfer to a different application. You simply
can't return a response from a different application than it was
Use Response.Redirect instead.
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