Le 09/03/2010 à 5 h 39 min   
  • The good :
  • The following formula returns in a text list the URL command responsible for the current page and any parameters:
    To get only the value of a parameter, specify the parameter name, for example:
    Remarque This @function is new with Release 6.

  • The bad :
  • If you used an & in your parameter to send multiple values, @UrlQueryString(“param”) return only the first (7.0.2) .
    Ex: url?OpenForm&param=toto1&toto2
    expected result is : toto1&toto2
    effective result is : toto1

  • The ugly :
  • Use @ instead of & like this : &param=toto1@toto2

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