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c# search need to display results on separate page

c# search need to display results on separate page

c# search need to display results on separate page


I have a search engine working well which uses a Repeater control to display results. I need to be able to have the results (using repeater) show on a separate page using Response.Redirect or something similar.

The search button code is below. Thanks.

protected void btnSearch_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
// Turn user input to a list of keywords.
string[] keywords = tbKeyWords.Text.Split(new string[] { " " }, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries);

// The basic validation.
if (keywords.Length <= 0)
lbAlert.Text = "Please input keyword.";
this.keywords = keywords.ToList();

// Do search operation.
DataAccess dataAccess = new DataAccess();
List<Article> list = dataAccess.Search(this.keywords);

RE: c# search need to display results on separate page


on a separate page
You might be better off asking this here: forum855: Microsoft: ASP.NET
Anyway, to get you started: sounds to me like a case for MVC and a return to View / ViewBag.
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