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How do you create temporary web page in vb.net

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I need to email a custom a link that when they click on the link they are directed to a page on my web site that displays their order. The details of their order is contained in a database. I was trying to just add the order number to the link I send like so -- www.mysite.com/orders/ordernumber.aspx The ordernumber will change for each order. I was hoping to some how get the ordernumber out of the url. Then get the order info from the database and populate a orders.aspx page with the order info.  I was trying to use the error page 404 but i can't get it to show the requested url. Can anyone help with this or is there a better way to do this.
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Never mind I figured it out. Request.Url.Query did the trick.
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Figured it out using Request.URL.Query
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