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Old February 1st, 2008, 05:15 AM
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Hi everybody,

 I jus wanna know the difference between Server.Transfer and Crosspagepostback.In both cases, im able to access postback information , previous page properties.

Only difference i could see is that target page gets loaded first in crosspage postback( as it posts to a new page).Apart from user initiation could anyne tell me wats happening under the hood and how do u choose between the two?

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Looks like dere is difference in stages of lifecycle when page is rendered.

Still at wat scenario do u opt between d 2?....Any ideas guys???





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