Use Hyperlink For Routing In C#?

Jan 19, 2011

I have a Gridview in which a Hyperlink column , now I want to route(Navigate) using hyperlinks depending on the id value from the database What I have done is ..

< asp:HyperLinkField DataNavigateUrlFields="id" DataNavigateUrlFormatString="product" DataTextField="pName"
HeaderText="Product Name" NavigateUrl='<%$ RouteUrl:id=Eval("id"), routename = ProductRoute%>'

now i am getting an error message 404 page not found

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