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Default Problem with Request.UrlReferrer.ToString

Hello Everybody,
I am vijay, this is my first request. According to description viewstate("URLRefferal") will hold the address of previous page.
But I am unable to get the value.
Ex : As I got two forms in my application, on the button click of first form i am redirecting to second page. In the second page I am trying to hold the previous path as

Viewstate("ReferrerUrl") = Request.UrlReferrer.ToString

But this Request.UrlReferrer.ToString is returning nothing. I also disabled firewall on my machine.

Do anybody have any solution.

thanks



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