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Default Passing values in DataGrid

I was trying to pass two values. My previous login page I passed ID to Patient.aspx and queried an Access DB. On this page I use user=Request.QueryString("ID") in the Page_Load sub to get the valued passed.

To direct to record.aspx I need to pass user and PatientID inorder to get the correct info from the DB.

<asp:HyperLinkColumn
                  Text="ok"
          DataNavigateUrlField="Patient"
          DataNavigateUrlFormatString="Record.aspx?UserID="& <%user%>&"&PatientID={0}"

/>

This doesn't work but when I hard code UserID with 1 then it works.

<asp:HyperLinkColumn
                  Text="ok"
          DataNavigateUrlField="Patient"
          DataNavigateUrlFormatString="Record.aspx?UserID=1& PatientID={0}"

/>

How can I pass user to DataNavigateUrlFormatString?
If there is a better way I'm open for suggestions.

Thank You



 


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