ASP.NET 2.0 introduces a new feature to allow cross-Postbacks to other webforms using the PostBackUrl property.
This method is very nice and allows to replace ugly workaround that were required in ASP.NET 1.x like using GET requests with query strings or adding client side script that cleared the viewstate form field.
As this client side code would have to be added to all template files the best solution is to add the logic using a HttpModule that only has to be added to the web.config once and then ensures that the script will be added automatically to all template files:
Currently we have a couple of known issues with MCMS 2002 SP2:
DCA complains about missing priviledges...
Could Callback calls not work in ASP.NET 2.0 with MCMS because of this?
this only affects cross-postback. Not normal postbacks. Normal postbacks work fine with MCMS and ASP.NET 2.0.
But be aware that there is a bug which affects Firefox and Netscape (Internet Explorer is not affected):
As some of you already noticed: GotDotNet is now down and the code samples previously hosted there have
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