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Tony
Posted: 04/06/2005, 9:04 AM

Hi,

I got some excellent help here on my project before which helped me create a link function based on database info. I would add a link to the grid and set it up to read the URL in the database. The problem was that CCS would append stuff (#'s)to the url corrupting it. I was given this code to place in the "before show" event property

tblRELDocLinks.Link1.Page = replace(tblRELDocLinks.Link1.Page, "#", "")

That worked great. However, if sort the table using one of the grid sorters, the link doesn't work. CCS is now appending the letters "?tbl" on the end of the url which of course breaks it.

To be clear, here is a typical link url that goes out when I click the link:

http://pdmfarm.btl.ms.philips.com:7101/ematrix/engineer...revision=Latest

If I sort in any way I get:

http://pdmfarm.btl.ms.philips.com:7101/ematrix/engineer...sion=Latest?tbl

The "?tbl" remains unless I close the page and reopen it. Once you sort, it always appends the "?tbl"

I need more help with this

Tony
Nicole

Posts: 586
Posted: 04/07/2005, 2:04 AM

Tony,
Iím afraid that you posted your issue into a wrong forum. I recommend you to post topic to CCS forum and select the one related to your programming language

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Nicole
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