Response.Redirect will involve a round trip back to the client. You're
telling the browser to come back to the server on a different URL.
Server.Transfer will transfer execution to another aspx page while remaining
on the server - thus no round-trip back to the client.
Is the client accepting session cookies?
"Mauricio" <com> wrote in message
I´m trying to store some objects in the Session but the
session object is lost when I use a Response.Redirect
Using a debugger, I can see that there is an
HttpSessionException afeter the Redirect. So is it right??
What is the difference between Response.Redirect and