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I am little new to ASP.NET. I am trying to create two forms as form1.aspx and form2.aspx. How can I from form1 call to open form2 please. I know this is an easy question to all of you out there.

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Remember that ASP.NET (just like any other web technology) is stateless. You can not call from one form to another form like you can in a desktop application. Each form only lives one at a time, and for a very brief moment of time. If you want to move data between forms, you need to use some type of method that sends the data to the other page (like using the querystring of the URL) or a method that implements some persistance of the data on the server (like the Session collection).

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