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Passing External Parameters



I have two websites that are accessing the same set of data pages and tables on Caspio.  I currently have it set up that the user must select their region (East or West), then the data page is displayed for that region.  I'd like to set it up so that a region parameter is passed to Caspio from the website, so the user won't have to select their region.  I was hoping there was a way to pass the parameter from the Caspio provided embedded code.

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Hi - Just wanted to share this solution. If you would like to get and display a field value/external parameter on an external HTML page, you can follow these steps:

1. Add an HTML code as a holder of the parameter, for example:

<span id="user"></span>

2. Insert a JavaScript, call and display the parameter in the holder.


const queryString = window.location.search;
const urlParams = new URLSearchParams(queryString);
const userParam = urlParams.get('param');
document.getElementById("user").innerHTML = userParam;


The param is the name of the parameter from an external URL.

For reference: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71727647/displaying-url-parameter-values-as-text-in-an-element-on-webpage-question-from

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