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    Key problem with Request.QueryString

    Ok I figured out the solution after alot of searching. Needed to use "&" instead of "%26" for it to display "&". Looks like it was an encoding issue.
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    Key problem with Request.QueryString

    %26 is hex for &. It gets converted by browsers to &. Look at the output I pasted: ViewProduct&ProductID=0001 Also this is comming from a xml/xsl transformation and xsl won't let you use the & sign, so you have to use %26. So considering it is converting it, it you should be able to get key...
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    Key problem with Request.QueryString

    I have a page with links on it. If you click on one of the links it calls another page that processes the querystring by using the Request.QueryString method. The url is the following: http://localhost:8081/handleEvent.aspx?Action=ViewProduct%26ProductID=0001 As you can see I should have 2...
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