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How to pass values from page1 to page2 using querystring i need code explanation for the

How to pass values from page1 to page2 using querystring

i need code explanation for the above asap


#691743    Author: Anil Kumar Pandey    15 Oct 2012 Member Level: Diamond   Points : 2

Simply use In page 1


in the second page, page load event read value as

txtname.Text = Response.QueryString["name"].ToString();

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Anil Kumar Pandey
Microsoft MVP, DNS MVM

#691747    Author: SQL Programmers  15 Oct 2012 Member Level: Gold   Points : 4


Try like this.

private void btnGO_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
Response.Redirect("page2name.aspx?Type=Event&EventID=" + txtID.text, false);

For Type parameter, Event is the hardcode value.
EventID is the second parameter and it gets value from a textbox.

Second Page: page2name.aspx

private void Page_Load(object sender,System.EventArgs e)
if (Request.QueryString["Type"] != null)
txtType.Text = Request.QueryString["Type"];
if (Request.QueryString["EventID"] != null)
txtEventID.Text = Request.QueryString[EventID];

SQL Server Programmers and Consultants

#691749    Author: Asheej T K      15 Oct 2012 Member Level: Gold   Points : 4


QueryString is used to transfer values from one page to another.

Main advantages of querystring are
1. Simple to use
2. No overload
3. Suports all browsers


1. It can transfer the value of maximum 255 characters.
2. Visible to user so cannot used for sensitive data
3. User can tamper the querystring with very less effert.

//TO pass the query string use below code,

//To get the query string value use below code,
string QsValue= Request.QueryString["ID"].toString();

Asheej T K
Microsoft MVP[ASP.NET/IIS]
DotNetSpider MVM

#691752    Author: varalakshmi  15 Oct 2012 Member Level: Bronze   Points : 2


In Page1:

Response.Redirect("Page2.aspx?address="+ txtAddress.Text);

In Page2: In page load event call the address

string strAddress = Request["address"].ToString();


#691761    Author: Prasad kulkarni      16 Oct 2012 Member Level: Gold   Points : 4

As we know HTTP is state less protocol so the values entered by the user are not persist between postback. To save the values we need to use state managment technique like Server side and client side state managment technique.
Query string is one of the statemanagment technique where send some values from one page to another with the help of browser URL/address bar.
The basic syntax is
1. default2.aspx - Pagename to redirect to
2. variables list to be send to another page is separated by comma
3. Question mark sign to be append after page name and variable list


On Default2.aspx we can get nack this variables with the help of Request.Querystring
check followng code snbippet

if(Request.QueryString["name"] != mull)
String szName = Request.QueryString["name"].toString();

hope it helps

Editor, DotNetSpider MVM
Microsoft MVP 2014 [ASP.NET/IIS]

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