Cross Page Posting With ASP Value Not Available On Target Page

May 20, 2010

I am trying to pass a value between two pages. However on my target page, the value is not found. My source page includes the following code.

Public ReadOnly Property SQLString() As String
Return "SELECT * FROM City"
End Get
End Property

On my target aspx page I have included the following directive:

<%@ PreviousPageType VirtualPath="~/tools/SearchResults.aspx"%>

In the target page code behind I have included the following in the page load:


However, Visual studio complains that, SQLString is not a member of I must note I am useing master pages, and vaguely recall this causing an issue when accomplishing this in the past.

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