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Adding Parameters to Hyperlink in Data View Row

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I am attempting add hyperlink to each row in a dataview so that a querystring is passed to another page.  

For some reason the value of the field is not passed correctly it comes out like this...

<server>/IRM.aspx?RecordID=%7B@RecordID%7D


Does anybody know why this is happening instead of the value being passed like it is supposed to?
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What's happening here is that our property substitution support is attempting to resolve ${RecordID} as a property and is probably failing to resolve a value at deployment time (which makes sense based on how you are using it) and using "name" as the default setting.  The URL encoding probably fools our property substitution support into not trying to replace the property and the Camel File component decodes the configuration URI and is a happy camper.
 
This is an unfortunate collision between our property support and what can be pushed down into Camel.
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Try using RecordId.toString()
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None of these solutions worked so I ended up using a Web Part Connection to send the row data the page that had a Infopath form that I needed to be filtered.
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None of the solutions offered worked and this was a reasonable substitution for what I needed to do.
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