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Posted By:      Posted Date: September 03, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
Hi All, I am passing values from javascript to another url. In my javascript function, i just added one more parameter called docID. Earlier, without it, all the remaining values being passed were showing their values properly. But DocID when added, in the quickwatch it shows as docID&rwndrnd=0.3228507973801712 instead of my actual docid value. Can anybody please help me and tell me why is it that the docID value is not coming correctly? Also, when I debug the javascript function is not getting called so I cannot see what value is getting assigned to the docID. How do I enter the javascript function while debugging? emailWindow.SetUrl(   "emailDocs.aspx?tab=account&docClass=UWPolicyFile&policyNumber=" + policyNumber + "&symbol=" + symbol + "&mod=" + mod + "&docID=" + docID); Thanks, Mavericky    


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