Pass two parameter values

I have the following redirect (Using Dreamweaver). I am passing one parameter but I need to pass 2

      MM_editRedirectUrl = "SPDeleteReceipt.asp?receiptid=" & Request.QueryString("receiptid")

I also need to pass


value:  Request.QueryString("caseid")

I tried this but I get a syntax error:

MM_editRedirectUrl = "SPDeleteReceipt.asp?receiptid=" & Request.QueryString("receiptid") & caseid=" & Request.QueryString("caseid")
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Big MontyWeb Ninja at largeCommented:
try this:

MM_editRedirectUrl = "SPDeleteReceipt.asp?receiptid=" & Request.QueryString("receiptid") & "&caseid=" & Request.QueryString("caseid")

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AleksAuthor Commented:
Seems to work. I got an error on the next page. Ill check what it was and open a separate question if needed. Thanks for the quick response.
AleksAuthor Commented:
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