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What is the use of Server.Execute()

Posted By: Ramesh     Posted Date: July 30, 2010    Points:2   Category :ASP.Net
Hi,

What is the use of Server.Execute() in asp.net application. Which scenario we should use Server.Execute() method.

regards,
Ramesh

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Author: Syed Shakeer Hussain             
Posted Date: July 30, 2010     Points: 5   

Hi,
When Server.Execute() is used, a URL is passed to it as a parameter, and the control moves to this new page. Execution of code happens on the new page. Once code execution gets over, the control returns to the initial page, just after where it was called. However, in the case of Server.Transfer, it works very much the same, the difference being the execution stops at the new page itself (means the control isn't returned to the calling page).
The URL in the browser remains the first page URL (doesn't refresh to the new page URL) as the browser isn't requested to do so.

Author: BangaruBabuPureti             
Posted Date: July 31, 2010     Points: 5   
Author: Abhisek Panda             
Posted Date: July 31, 2010     Points: 5   
Author: Mallikarjuna Chigicherla             
Posted Date: August 03, 2010     Points: 5   

Server.Execute()
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It Executes the handler for the specified virtual path in the context of the current request.

Server.Execute(path)

http://www.dotnetjohn.com/articles.aspx?articleid=142

Thanks & Regards,
Mallikarjuna Chigicherla


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