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Web pages are stateless. So either you should store the data before redirecting the users. In server side you can use caching/viewstate/session On client side you can use querystring/cookie You can also use dialog's in that case the parent form will not lose the data.
My solution was to change my approach to how I was using custom forms so that the form could be attached programatically in a feature receiver. Instead of pointing the list schema to an aspx page with a user control that creates the guts of the form, I pointed it to a Rendering Template. Rendering templates can be set in both the schema and the code. Heres ...
Simplest way will be to create a view which shows only those items in which Created By= [Me] or Team Member =[Me] filter. This view will shows only those items which are created by current logged in user or if the training is assigned to that user. So other managers will not see other training which they have not created. Make this view as the default view. ...
This was the solution for me. I added her code to the OnActivate method of my feature. http://blog.qumsieh.ca/2009/05/15/how-to-change-the-default-editform-newform-and-dispform/
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