“Persisting Ink on the Web” article is on MSDN Online

This summer, I spent some time working through a host of scenarios to move ink data around when you have collected it on a web page. Because the ink data is only available on the client side, there are a number of hoops to jump through and pitfalls to avoid. “Persisting Ink on the Web” walks through each of the following tasks:

  • Transferring Ink to another Ink-Enabled Control on the Same Page
  • Transferring Ink to an Ink Control on Another Page in a New Browser Window
  • Moving Ink to Another Page in the Same Browser Window
  • Transferring Ink to Another Page as a GIF
  • Storing Ink in an XML File on the Web Server to Be Used at a Later Time
  • Storing and Retrieving Ink from a SQL Server Database
  • Sending Ink to a Web Service
  • Surviving a Postback

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