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Passing Id Parameter To Tab


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Thanks in advance.  This is a school/classroom application.  I have a search result set for Students.  On the result table, I have an HTML block with the following:   <a href="https://b6.caspio.com/dp.asp?AppKey=7e4d30007043f4ce0dc44c099960&Student_ID=[@field:Students_Student_ID]">Edit in Tab</a>

 

I then have a HTML Datapage.  This datapage holds 3 tabs, including a separate Student EDIT datapage inside Tab 1.

 

How do I get the Student ID passed from the search result above into the ID parameter needed inside Tab 1 for the student edit?

 

Thx again, Matt

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Hi - To pass URL query string parameter to an iFrame, you may do the following:

1. Add an id attribute on your iFrame, like add id="myiframe". The deployment code should be like this:
<iframe name="Some iFrame" title="Some iFrame" src="https://c1234567.caspio.com/dp/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" id="myiframe" >Sorry, but your browser does not support frames. Please, contact us.</iframe>

2. Once the id is added, copy and paste the code below in your webpage:

<script language="javascript">
var iframe = document.getElementById('myiframe');
iframe.src = iframe.src + window.location.search;
</script>

You can change the name of the iframe id depending on your preference.

What that code/script does is get the parameter query string of the current page and add the same query string to the iframe src.

Hope it helps!

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