We're using PocketQuery with dynamic parameters to be able to define a page that displays the result of a query depending on a passed URL parameter.
How do I create links from other pages which pass different parameters to the same page?
For instance, I have a page called "Program Files" which lists programs defined in a database, but filters the list to only show programs that start with the passed 'letter' parameter.
So to list programs that start with 'a' I can reference a page (using the browser location bar) as "Program Files?pq_letter=a" and only the 'a' programs appear in the list.
So how do I create a link on another page to point to page "Program Files" with the parameter "?pq_letter=a"?
Shouldn't this work with a normal web link like this?
You could also take the ID-based URL which is a little cleaner: /pages/viewpage.action?pageId=%yourPageId%&pq_letter=a
Regards, Felix (Scandio)
P.S. we just released PQ 2.0 which has a feature "dynamic load" that could come very handy for your dynamic parameters. You can find information here.
This is obviously the only way to do it. I had to insert the Space Key (CU in this case) after the /display/. My concern would be that this method wouldn't cope with renaming the target page. For instance if I renamed the "Program Files" page to "System Files". But I guess it does the job. :-)
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