How To Handle Response.Redirect causes System.Threading.ThreadAbortException

Hello Friends Soultion of This Exception Is Below Given
The correct pattern is to call the Redirect overload with endResponse=false and make a call to tell the IIS pipeline that it should advance directly to the EndRequest stage once you return control:

Response.Redirect(url, false);
Context.ApplicationInstance.CompleteRequest();

If you pass endResponse=false, then the exception is not thrown (but the runtime will continue processing the current request).

If endResponse=true (or if the other overload is used), the exception is thrown and the current request will immediately be terminated.

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