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Silverlight Pivot Viewer

Posted on 2011-03-02
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I have a silverlight pivot viewer that has several filters available for the user. I would like to set one of these on load based on a querystring. How do i set a filter value from the code behind?
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From a sample project the query string should be something like this

Private Sub OnHybridSUVsClicked(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal args As RoutedEventArgs)
                  PivotViewer.LoadCollection(s_bingNewCarsCollectionUri.ToString(), c_hybridSUVsViewerState)
End Sub


Private Const c_hybridSUVsViewerState As String = "Body%20Style=EQ.SUV%2FCrossover&Fuel=EQ.Hybrid&%24view%24=1&%24facet0%24=Experts'%20Rating"
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