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Show the Value of the quey string on the form

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 TransferString = "<a href=TestSessionEditTab.aspx?New=N&TestSessionID=" & e.Row.Cells(0).Value & "><" & e.Row.Cells(0).Value & "></a>"
        'TransferString = "<a href=TestSessionEditTab.aspx?New=N&TestSessionID=" & e.Row.Cells(0).Value & "><img src=images/More.gif></a>"
        e.Row.Cells(0).Value = TransferString
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Whole querystring
TransferString  = Request.Querystring.ToString();
Only the TestSessionID
CellValue = Request.QueryString.Get("TestSessionID");  
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Sorry,  the first line won't work.  
For the whole line, use
TransferString=Request.RawUrl.ToString()
For only SessionID
CellValue = Request.QueryString.Get("TestSessionID");  
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