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Hello Caspio Forum!

 

First post here.

 

One of my links include the following instruction to pass a variable: 

 

<a id="mylink"  href="culex.ca/client-portal/administration-login/forms-and-reports/adult-and-species-id-form&cbResetParam=1&TPSampleID=" onclick="window.open(this.href, 'mywin','left=20,top=20,width=1100,height=800,resizable=0'); return false;"target="_blank">Click here to Open Species Form</a>

 

Note: I removed the "http://www" here so the link is displayed complete. 

 

Unfortunately the instructions in the URL get encoded like this in my webpage: 

 

"%26cbResetParam%3D1%26TPSampleID%3D"

 

I tried using URLEncoder like this:

 

<a id="mylink"  href="http://www.culex.ca/client-portal/administration-login/forms-and-reports/adult-and-species-id-form&cbResetParam=1&TPSampleID=" + URLEncoder.encode("&cbResetParam=1&TPSampleID=", "ISO-8859-1");

onclick="window.open(this.href, 'mywin','left=20,top=20,width=1100,height=800,resizable=0'); return false;"target="_blank">Click here to Open Species Form</a>

 

but the problem remains the same.

 

Any ideas how to fix this one?

 

Thank you

 

D

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Hi MayMusic,

 

Sorry for taking so long to thank you for your answer. The crazy days of holidays!

 

Unfortunately I still have the same problem (i.e., the link encodes the url improperly). Do you have any experience working with URLEncoder?

 

Thank you and Happy holidays!

 

D

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I am not sure about encoding but this link is not correct

culex.ca/client-portal/administration-login/forms-and-reports/adult-and-species-id-form&cbResetParam=1&TPSampleID=

 

try to have the full link including http and also change the first & to ?

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I dont know a whole lot about encoding URLs but I did recently work through my own issue using javascript's encodeURI and and looking at the encoded url that is correct.  

 

"%26cbResetParam%3D1%26TPSampleID%3D"

 

%26 = "&"

%3D = "="

 

It looks like it is encoding it correctly.  

If you want it to look like this "culex.ca/client-portal/administration-login/forms-and-reports/adult-and-species-id-form&cbResetParam=1&TPSampleID=" when it gets to your page, you may have to use the decode function which should replace all the %26 and %3D back to & and =.  This is javascript based though and it looks like "URLEncoder.encode" is part of Java, but there should be a similar answer for straight Java. You may just receive the encoded url and use code on the website to decode it and pull the passed parameters that way.

 

 

http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/jsref_decodeuri.asp

http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_urlencode.asp

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Hi NarayanJr,

 

Try this:

<a id="mylink"  href="http://culex.ca/client-portal/administration-login/forms-and-reports/adult-and-species-id-form?cbResetParam=1&TPSampleID=" onclick="javascript:window.open(this.href, 'mywin','left=20,top=20,width=1100,height=800,resizable=0'); return false;"target="_blank">Click here to Open Species Form</a>

Is this what you need?

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Hello MayMusic, NarayanJr and ShWolf,

 

Thank you for all your suggestions. You were right. The problem was the "&". I figured it thanks to my account manager. I just changed this:

 

<a id="mylink"  href="http://culex.ca/client-portal/test-2/&cbResetParam=1&TPSampleID=" onclick="window.open(this.href, 'mywin', 'left=20,top=20,width=1100,height=800,resizable=0'); return false;"target="_blank">Click here to Open Species Form</a>

 

to

 

<a id="mylink"  href="http://culex.ca/client-portal/test-2/?cbResetParam=1&TPSampleID=" onclick="window.open(this.href, 'mywin', 'left=20,top=20,width=1100,height=800,resizable=0'); return false;"target="_blank">Click here to Open Species Form</a>

 

cheers

 

Culex

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