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Default Confirm Page for insert formview

OK I know I can do this with the postbackurl feature. That feature doesn't seem to work with the insert formview. Can anyone help?
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to give this post some context I'm using the Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 and databases book.

I've created my formview with its datasource put the defaultmode on insert and added my validation controls and summary. The only thing left is a nice little confirmation page that says thanks for contacting us and reads whatever they put in the form to the page.

In classic asp I would point the form to another page where the insert would take place and read the data to the confirmation page there.

How do I do it using dot.net 2.0?

Thanks!
Rich





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