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Posted on 2011-02-28
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My page APS gets passed a query string and the request it like this

Request.QueryString("Product_ID")

Now, in the following javascript procedure how would i pass this this query string to the PopupForm.aspx form that is being opened?

  function OpenChild() {

        var WinSettings = "center:yes;resizable:no;dialogHeight:300px"
        // ALTER BELOW LINE - supply correct URL for Child Form
        var MyArgs = window.showModalDialog("../PopupForm.aspx", MyArgs, WinSettings);

    }
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by:leakim971
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try :

function OpenChild() {

        var WinSettings = "center:yes;resizable:no;dialogHeight:300px"
        // ALTER BELOW LINE - supply correct URL for Child Form
        var pid = "1234";
        var MyArgs = window.showModalDialog("../PopupForm.aspx?Product_ID=" + pid, MyArgs, WinSettings);

    }

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by:vbnetcoder
ID: 35000337
OK the passing to the new form works find but how do i get the value of product_ID that was passed to the form?
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Paul Jackson earned 500 total points
ID: 35000393
Put this in your page to defiine a javascript variable that can be used in the function:
<% Response.write("<script language='javascript'>var prodid = " & Request.QueryString("Product_ID") & ";</script>")%>

The use this variable to pass the product id as a querystring:
function OpenChild() {

        var WinSettings = "center:yes;resizable:no;dialogHeight:300px"
        // ALTER BELOW LINE - supply correct URL for Child Form
        var MyArgs = window.showModalDialog("../PopupForm.aspx?Product_ID="+ prodid, MyArgs, WinSettings);

    }
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by:Paul Jackson
ID: 35000404
Request.Querystring("Product_ID") can then be used on the child form to get the product id
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by:vbnetcoder
ID: 35000509
Where do i put this line of code that you gave me above:

<% Response.write("<script language='javascript'>var prodid = " & Request.QueryString("Product_ID") & ";</script>")%>



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by:Paul Jackson
ID: 35000568
Put it in your aspx page just above your javascript functions.
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by:vbnetcoder
ID: 35000601
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