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Saving a execution page in server

Jorge Maganto
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Hi everybody!
I've a aspx page which is in execution and it did any
postback, it read db and it was modified by the user (any
I want that when the user push on a button a copy of this
page, with the changes make for the user (in the textbox),
write this page in the server.
Do you know how?
Thanks in advance.

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Natty Gur
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If you mean save the generate HTML on the server (before sending it to
the client) you can do it by employing Response.Filter [1] , get the
HTML and save it to disk. Just make sure that you activate
Response.Filter just for postback of certain page.

Still I donít get why you need to do so, can you explain please ?

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