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Using HyperLink to pass values based on code behind variables

Posted on 2010-11-23
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Hi All

I have a hyperlink that links to the same page itself.
<asp:HyperLink ID="hyprNextMonth" runat="server" NavigateUrl="~/Calendar.aspx?M=" + <%=theCalendarDate.AddMonths(-1) %> ImageUrl="images/arrow_right.gif"/>

I'm trying to pass the next month int  in the NavigateUrl but can't get the code right.
Is there a better way of posting back to the same form as in PostBackURL or viewstate if so please show me how.

Thanks
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Carl Tawn earned 500 total points
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It would easier to do what you want from code-behind by dynamically setting the NavigateUrl from code. If you want to do it in markup you could use:

   NavigateUrl='<%# "~/Calendar.aspx?M=" + theCalendarDate.AddMonths(-1) %>'

But if you did that you would have to call DataBind() on the hyperlink from code-behind anyway. Also the code will probably blow up as you have it anyway probably complaining about the format of the URL.
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I used code behind to set NavigationURL
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