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Default syntax for Like statement

Hi All.
I am having trouble getting syntax right for my MySQL like statement.
I need the like statement to check against the request.querystring.

If I manually paste in the actual querystring name it works... but if I want to have dynamic data here it doesnt...

my current syntax:
WHERE (prodis LIKE '%'#Request("prodis")'%')

doesnt work. I tried so many othes ways!

I am using asp:SqlDataSource
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