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RE: Can Source be included in a Custom Action Toolbar Button?

RE: Can Source be included in a Custom Action Toolbar Button?

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Yes, hiding the system-generated Cancel button and creating my own Cancel button (which includes the http parameter) on the qListForm does work.

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But now I'm trying to understand if it's possible to include a Source (which has an http parameter) in a Custom Action.  As you said, I can hardcode the Source into the URL of the Custom Action.  But what if the Source contains an http parameter?  If I include the http parameter in the Source it doesn't work.  If I include it as a parameter it belongs to the URL, not the Source.  If I include 2 http parameters it appears that both belong to the URL. 

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Here is the scenario:

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qListView (on TableA) DisplayA.aspx?InvID=12

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Continue Custom Action links to qListForm (on ListB) UpdateB.aspx?InvID=12

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Can I provide the Source (DisplayA.aspx?InvID=12) to UpdateB.aspx in the Custom Action?

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Thanks.

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