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ASP.net -> Server.Execute and Server.Transfer

Server.Execute
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The Server.Execute function accepts a URL parameter, stops execution of the current page (where the call to the function is made), and transfers the current environment to the new page. When that new page finishes execution, then control returns to the calling page just after where the Server.Execute was called

Server.Transfer
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Terminates execution of the current page and begins execution of a new page for the current request.

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