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Hi there,
I am having a problem with my if statement. I am trying to redirect the user to a page if count = 0 else to another page.
Dim count As Integer
count = Convert.ToInt32(txtCount.Text)
If (count = 0) Then
    Response.Redirect = ("NewBookings.aspx")
 
ElseIf (count > 0) Then
    Response.Redirect = ("TicketAvailable.aspx")
End If
error reads:
Error	1	Overload resolution failed because no accessible 'Redirect' accepts this number of arguments.
Posted 24-Aug-12 5:52am
Edited 24-Aug-12 5:55am
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Solution 2

try this...
Response.Redirect("NewBookings.aspx")
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Member 9254084 at 24-Aug-12 12:03pm
   
hehe.. thanks.. i must b tired...
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Solution 1

The error means what it says. I think that Response.Redirect also takes a bool as a second argument. Also, why check it twice ? Might it be < 0 ?
 
Use the intellisense, put a , after the page name and it will tell you what other arguments it expects.
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