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    Start an .aspx object in C# classes

    Hi All!

    I created an object of page type like:

    Page myPage = new anonym(); // which anonym is an anonym.aspx page

    know wich I want is:

    1. access myPage variables.

    2. start (browse) this object in a browser.

    thanks for your help.

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    I don't understand what you're trying to do. Usually, the code-behind for an ASP.NET page executes when a user requests the page in a browser (e.g., http://servername/appname/anonym.aspx). This also displays the page in the user's browser.

    Can you describe in more detail what you are trying to do?
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    no it is not the code behind.
    suppose we have a class in C# and here we want to create an object of type .aspx. than after we created it we want to browse it. because Response.Redirect(....); doesn't work.
    here is a simple example:
    public class Newaspx
    {
    public Newaspx()
    {
    }

    public void start()
    {
    Page df = new _Default();
    ((_Default)df).Lbl.Text = "hi";//this throws an exception

    //here I'd like to browse it ???????????
    Process def= new Process();

    def.StartInfo.FileName = "df ";
    }
    }

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    Is this code a Windows Forms application running on the user's PC? Or a Web application running on a Web server?
    Phil Weber
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    web application

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    that mean in an .aspx I create a new object of this class
    than i call the start() method

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    The only ways I know how to transfer control from one page to another in an ASP.NET application are Response.Redirect and Server.Transfer.
    Phil Weber
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