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Passing Container.EvalDataItem as an argument

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Is there a way to pass Container.EvalDataItem("A Value") as an argument in JavaScript?
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by:Jens Fiederer
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Container.EvalDataItem is not a JavaScript concept.  

You might want to provide some context and possibly add ASP.NET to the list of groups.
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I'm assuming you mean something like this:

http://weblogs.asp.net/rajbk/archive/2004/07/20/what-s-the-deal-with-databinder-eval-and-container-dataitem.aspx

so some Javascript expertise might be helpful, but you'll need somebody with server side expertise as well.  If this is using something other than ASP.Net, you'll want to include that in the list of groups.
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by:Ray Turner
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Thanks!
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