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Check if user has clicked on submit button based on client/server side

 
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process1Submit is set when the submit button is clicked on the previous page, I want the user to redirect to the previous page to press submit and not just go to the next page by changing url without pressing submit button

And I wish to check using client and server side, is there anyway to check whether javascript is enabled in the browser
This is because if i just put throw new Exception, when javascript is enabled, it will throw the error in the error page.

 
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