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Adding Querystring Data to SiteMapPath

Posted on 2007-11-30
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Hi all,

I'm trying to add specific querystring data to nodes in my SiteMapPath but am having some difficulty.

So for example I have...

HOME > USER SEARCH -> USER PROFILE - > EDIT PROFILE

I want it to include the userID variable, when I'm in Edit Profile to the Edit Profile link and also one node back, User Profile.

As it's only small site, I can try and go from the current node back to the root and manually check the rootnode.URL method to do this for exact page URLS, but I'm a bit stuck on how to recursively go backwards through my SiteMapPath data.

Thanks for looking
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This article should answer your problem I believe:
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms178425(vs.80).aspx
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I'll need to work through if I can it in a loop until the root is found but that should be fine.
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