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hi all,

i have a problem, hope someone can help me in resolving this

i am developing a sample ecommerce application, in which i am selecting one category, and it displays set of products associated with that category.when i clcik on a particular product, it shows details on another page.Now from here, if i have a back link button, oon clciking which, it displays the previous page, but the product datalist is not there, how can i get that particualr product details datalist, on clciking the bakc button.

can we pass the category id back, with the response.redirect?

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You can use response.redirect to pass query string variables, yes, but clicking your browsers back button isnt the same as response.redirect; it pulls the page from cache.

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