Oh definitely yes.... use Request... Response...
>I have a html frame page with webform1.aspx and
webform2.aspx. Is there any
>way to communicate between webform1 and webform.
RE: Frame+ WebForm
You don't indicate whether you wish to communicate between the pages on the client-side or server-side.
Client-side will require client-side script and use of the different control elements' ClientID properties.
Server-side you can use Server.Transfer to cause one page to post its content/data to a separate page. You can also share data using Session State, Application State, Cache, etc.
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>Subject: Frame+ WebForm
>Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 06:17:24 -0800
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>Oh definitely yes.... use Request... Response...
>>I have a html frame page with webform1.aspx and
>webform2.aspx. Is there any
>>way to communicate between webform1 and webform.
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