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ASP.NET NavigateURL using Eval for multiple parameters

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I need to somehow get the VersionID into the NavigateURL URL string ("V_ID"), but I have no idea how to put more than one ID into the Eval statement and then add it to the URL.   Can someone help?

<asp:HyperLink ID="lnkProductName" runat="server" NavigateUrl='<%# Eval("P_ID", "~/Loan.aspx?ProductID={0}") %>'
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by:Rahul Agarwal
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Use this code:

NavigateUrl='<%# string.format("page.aspx?val={0}", Eval("val")) %>'
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by:Kaushal Arora
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You can also use this:

NavigateUrl = '<%# "Loan.aspx?ProductID=" + Eval("P_ID").ToString() %>'
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so you are trying to pass more than one parameters in query string:

Did you try this:
NavigateUrl='<%#"Loan.aspx?ProductId=" + EVAL("P_ID") + "&VersionId= + EVAL("V_ID")%>'
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