Request.Params

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Quinn Wilson, Jun 28, 2004.

  1. Quinn Wilson

    Quinn Wilson Guest

    I've got a breakpoint set in my code and I'm looking at 3 watches
    which (I think) should be functionaly equivalent"

    Request.Params(callingPage) "" String
    Request.querystring(callingPage) "CatalogBase" String
    Request(callingPage) "CatalogBase" String

    The HttpRequest documentation description for HttpRequest.Params says
    "Gets a combined collection of QueryString, Form, ServerVariables, and
    Cookies items"

    So why is Request.Params failing to find the correct value for
    callingPage?
     
    Quinn Wilson, Jun 28, 2004
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