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Exercise: Cross page postback eg
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Create a new website, and add the files in the above folder into it (you may alternatively be able to amend the website for the exercise you've just completed).
Create or use a page called frmRate, which allows you to rate any film:
A familiar form ...
Set the PostBackUrl property of this page so that it posts back to a page called frmAcknowledgement.aspx.
Add ReadOnly properties to the page to return:
- The film name typed in; and
- The rating
You can assume that both the film name and rating are typed in correctly.
Now create (or amend) a page called frmAcknowledgement to include a previous page directive:
Include this second line in the source for the page
When the page loads, write code which detects and then displays the film name and rating from the previous page:
What the second page might display
Finally, see if you can break your system!