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How do I reference my database column within a url string in C#?

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Hi,

Within the iteminserting event of my listview control I am attempting to redirect the user to a web page that is being pre-populated by a query string variable (customer_id) from my backend db.

I am using the attached C# code on my calling page but I get the error:

"System.Web.Query.Dynamic.ParseException: Operator '=' incompatible with operand types 'Int32' and 'Object"???

Any help appreciated.

Thanks.
protected void lvTrustAccounts_ItemInserting(object sender, ListViewInsertEventArgs e) 
    { 
        var customerID = e.Values["customer_id"]; 
        //Convert.ToInt32(customerID); 
         
        Response.Redirect("http://www.tradeselector.co.uk/customerTrades.aspx?trustid=" + customerID + ""); 
    }
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