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As the processing of the after event also fires on a different thread it is also not possible to redirect to a different page from within the after event as neither the HttpContext object from the request initiating the original operation is available nor is it guaranteed that the after event is executed before the response of the original request has been ...


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I don't think so. ItemUpdated is asynchronous, so by the time it fires, a response has already been sent back to the browser. If you do not have access to the HTTP Request and Response, you can't tell the browser to redirect.



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