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Error Rendering Problem on User Control Page

Posted on 2013-01-14
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Hi Everybody,

Please review the source coding for my User Control called Movement.ascx.  I need to re-write this page to get rid of these errors.   How can I re-write this page to eliminate the errors that are appearing.  I have attached the designview of the Movement.ascx Page and the Source Coding.
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You have this line

function inmateSearch() {document.location.href = '<%=InmateSearchHref%>';}

Just make sure that the value of the InmateSearchHref value is assigned in the pageload from the codebehind.
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MasterPass,

How can you make the Error Rendering Controls go asway.  The application runs fine, but I want these EDrror Rendering Codes eliminated and to not show when Design View is selected for the Movement.ascx page.

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