Simple IIF problem - When using IIF within

I want to show a link if the propLevel = 1
I want to just show the name if the prop level does not = 1

I'm close... but not there

<%#IIf(Eval("propLevel") = 1, "<a href="<%# Eval("dbName") %>/<%# Eval("dbName") %>.aspx?Accommodation=<%# Eval("id") %>"><%# Eval("Name") %></a>", "<%# Eval("Name") %>)%>

where am i going wrong?
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TimCotteeHead of Software ServicesCommented:
Not enough quotes and too many <%# / %>

<%#IIf(Eval("propLevel") = 1, "<a href=""" & Eval("dbName") & "/" & Eval("dbName") & ".aspx?Accommodation=" & Eval("id") & """>" & Eval("Name") & "</a>", Eval("Name") )%>

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nickrjsmithAuthor Commented:
Excellent - many thanks.. i though that but couldn;t work it therough
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