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       uxSendMessage.DefaultRecipient = QueryHelper.GetString("requestid", string.Empty);

how can I rewrite this?
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Question by:omegalove
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by:chapmanjw
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What are you trying to accomplish?
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by:omegalove
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QueryHelper.GetString("requestid", string.Empty);
to remove thie queryhelper
#region Assembly CMS.GlobalHelper.dll, v2.0.50727

// C:\inetpub\wwwroot\KenticoCMS\Bin\CMS.GlobalHelper.dll

#endregion



using System;



namespace CMS.GlobalHelper

{

    // Summary:

    //     QueryString helper methods

    public static class QueryHelper

    {

        // Summary:

        //     Returns true if query parameter is present in the query string

        //

        // Parameters:

        //   name:

        //     Query parameter

        public static bool Contains(string name);

        //

        // Summary:

        //     Returns the boolean representation of a query parameter or default value

        //     if parameter is not boolean.

        //

        // Parameters:

        //   name:

        //     Query parameter

        //

        //   defaultValue:

        //     Default value

        public static bool GetBoolean(string name, bool defaultValue);

        //

        // Summary:

        //     Returns the double representation of a query parameter or default value if

        //     parameter is not an integer number.

        //

        // Parameters:

        //   name:

        //     Query parameter

        //

        //   defaultValue:

        //     Default value

        public static double GetDouble(string name, double defaultValue);

        //

        // Summary:

        //     Returns the GUID representation of a query parameter or default value if

        //     parameter is not GUID.

        //

        // Parameters:

        //   name:

        //     Query parameter

        //

        //   defaultValue:

        //     Default value

        public static Guid GetGuid(string name, Guid defaultValue);

        //

        // Summary:

        //     Generates hash for given QueryString

        //

        // Parameters:

        //   input:

        //     Query string starting with '?' or complete url

        //

        // Returns:

        //     SHA256 hash of query string

        public static string GetHash(string input);

        //

        // Summary:

        //     Generates hash for given QueryString

        //

        // Parameters:

        //   input:

        //     Query string starting with '?' or complete url

        //

        //   isQueryString:

        //     Indicates if input is query string or url

        //

        // Returns:

        //     SHA256 hash of query string

        public static string GetHash(string input, bool isQueryString);

        //

        // Summary:

        //     Returns the integer representation of a query parameter or default value

        //     if parameter is not an integer number.

        //

        // Parameters:

        //   name:

        //     Query parameter

        //

        //   defaultValue:

        //     Default value

        public static int GetInteger(string name, int defaultValue);

        //

        // Summary:

        //     Returns query string parameter or default value if query string is not defined.

        //

        // Parameters:

        //   name:

        //     Query parameter

        //

        //   defaultValue:

        //     Default value

        public static string GetString(string name, string defaultValue);

        //

        // Summary:

        //     Returns HTML encoded query string parameter or default value if query string

        //     is not defined.

        //

        // Parameters:

        //   name:

        //     Query parameter

        //

        //   defaultValue:

        //     Default value

        public static string GetText(string name, string defaultValue);

        //

        // Summary:

        //     Validates given QueryString against hash

        //

        // Parameters:

        //   name:

        //     Name of hash parameter in query string

        //

        // Returns:

        //     True if querystring is valid.

        public static bool ValidateHash(string name);

        //

        // Summary:

        //     Validates given QueryString against hash

        //

        // Parameters:

        //   name:

        //     Name of hash parameter in query string

        //

        //   excludedParameters:

        //     Parameters to exclude from hash validation. Multiple names separated by ';'.

        //

        // Returns:

        //     True if querystring is valid.

        public static bool ValidateHash(string name, string excludedParameters);

        //

        // Summary:

        //     Validates given value against hash

        //

        // Parameters:

        //   value:

        //     Value to validate

        //

        //   hash:

        //     Hash value

        //

        // Returns:

        //     True if hash is valid.

        public static bool ValidateHashString(string value, string hash);

    }

}

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by:chapmanjw
ID: 33696657
If I read it right, you are trying to get a Query String called "requestid".  This is how you would do it if that is the case:

uxSendMessage.DefaultRecipient = Request.QueryString["requestid"].ToString();
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by:omegalove
ID: 33696670
but is this doing for empty string?
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by:chapmanjw
chapmanjw earned 250 total points
ID: 33696729
You can do:

string recipient = string.Empty;

try
{
recipient = Request.QueryString["requestid"].ToString();
}
catch
{
recipient = string.Empty;
}

if (recipient == string.Empty)
{
uxSendMessage.DefaultRecipient = "whatever you want it to default to";
}
else
{
uxSendMessage.DefaultRecipient = recipient;
}
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by:guru_sami
guru_sami earned 250 total points
ID: 33696874
If you want to use just once you might want to try this:

uxSendMessage.DefaultRecipient = Request.QueryString["requestid"] == null ? String.Empty : Request.QueryString["requestid"].ToString();

but if you are going to use again in several places the same kind of thing but different way...

uxSendMessage.DefaultRecipient = GetString("requestid", string.Empty);

private string GetString(string value, string defaultvalue)
 {
       return Request.QueryString[value] == null ? defaultvalue : Request.QueryString[value].ToString();
    }
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omegalove earned 0 total points
ID: 33701658
There seems to be a mistake here. Split the points between the two fellows.
They have done a terrific job.
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Author Comment

by:omegalove
ID: 33701668
I don't understand what the problem is with the question.
Can one of you gentleman split the points between you two.
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by:omegalove
ID: 33704022
ok thanks.
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