DataSource Controls :: Parameters Seems To Not To Be Passing Parameter To The Control

May 5, 2010

i have the following code


I have debugged the session and the value there is valid , but when i redirect to the page[Code]....

The Parameters seems to not to be passing parameter to the control

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