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- 04/24/2017 at 6:00 pm #10678
I have an upload page that contains two HTTP parameters, used to populate metadata in the document library:
RLID is always numeric, so there is no issue.
RID is a text field. When the value of RID contains an ampersand (&), the value is truncated since (I assume) SharePoint thinks the & is the start of another HTTP parameter.
For example, if RID = Q&A, the value that’s loaded into the library is Q.
Is there a way to configure <%RID%> so that the entire value including the &, (for example, Q&A), comes through?
- 05/03/2017 at 9:36 am #10680
“&” is a reserved character which is used for the reserved purpose in the URL. You cannot use these character in the URL directly as a value.
You can use these type of characters by their respective encoded value only. For “&” url-uncode value is “%26” (ref:
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