I don't want to use the Response.Redirect method because it only redirects to another "main" page and will not have the look and feel of a popup. I have read about the windo.open method using java script in client-side scripting which I execute correctly now with embedded code in the code-behind of my main aspx page.
The problem is to create a datagrid control on a popup window. Should I put a datagrid control on an aspx page, load it with a dataset and then load it in the window.open method? What are your suggestions? I would like to keep all code in the code-behind if possible, will just ease future maintenance. Would appreciate any help.
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