troubleshooting Question

Redirect to new popup window from code behind c# file

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I have a webform (.aspx). When the user clicks on a hyperlink, I want a popup to display with the details. (eg. user clicks on a check number, and all the check's details appears in the popup window).

The problem I am having, is that I want to pass a query string that will be evaluated in the popup window. I have the following:

string theURL = "PayCheckDetails.aspx?CheckDate=01/01/2006&EmployeeId=1234567890";

string theScript = "javascript:void('" + theURL + "', 'windowPop', 'width=600,height=480,left=0,top=0, location=no, menubar=no, status=no, toolbar=no, scrollbars=yes, resizable=yes'))";
Response.Redirect (theScript);

- the Response.Redirect with the javascript's doesnt work. At all. If I redirect without any javascript, it works perfectly.

I don't want to "Response.Redirect", because I want a popup window.

Is there anyway that I can code this in the code-behind file (PayCheck.aspx.cs)




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