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 problems in adding a variable in the hrefparams command

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kabila

Posts: 30
Posted: 03/08/2004, 2:16 PM

I am following one of the examples the following way:
this is in before show of a form:

if (Request.QueryString["custnum"] == null || Request.QueryString["custnum"].Length == 0) {
LinkParameterCollection HrefParams = new LinkParameterCollection();
HrefParams.Add("custnum","applookupcustnum.Text");
(<<<This is the problem statement<<<<)

Response.Redirect(Request.Url.AbsolutePath + "?" + HrefParams.ToString("GET","custnum"));
}

The code compiles fine - but when it comes to executing it - it times out. Now if I replace "applookupcustnum.Text" with something like "123" (as in the example) - there is no problem.

I have tried putting {} and also done the string "'" + applookupcustnum.Text + "'" to no result.

The before show and the formcontrol are in the same form : applookup.

The reason why I am doing it this way is so that I can throw in the URL for another form to pick up its value later in the page.

Appreciate your help
-Sam
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kabila

Posts: 30
Posted: 03/08/2004, 2:22 PM

oops..made a mistake: should read:

HrefParams.Add("custnum",applookupcustnum.Text);

compiled fine, but timed-out while running.

Anything with dbl-quotes ran fine - showing just the literal in the dbl-quote
-sam
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