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I am working in a project where in I am converting some of the mainframe programs to ASP and proxies.

My question is:

I have designed a web page with many forms in it. Whenever I say Post or GET , the same Page is submitted to the server and In the process I need to read all the data again because the web page is refresehed.

Is there any other option where in I will create a asp page with just Business rules which should get executed at the server and after sucessfull execution passback the values to the called ASP page. In this way I can reduce the response time.

I thought of doing remote scripting,but it is not adviced as some browsers will not support it.

Any suggestions?
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