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URL Parameters not passing value

Starting on 7/8/2019, my url parameters are no long passing values to my apps. The app recognizes there is a parameter present because I cam able to create a collection row when the parameter is in the url and not when it is absent, but the value from the parameter is always empty.  Is this a known issue?

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Re: URL Parameters not passing value

It turns out I was not noticing that there was already a parameter passed in the form of a tenentID after the guid. Changing my url format from ?key=value to &key=value did the trick.

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Re: URL Parameters not passing value

Hi @jgreen ,

 

Can you please share more detailed configuration of your app?

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Re: URL Parameters not passing value

The configuration doesn't matter, I can't get a value from a parameter no matter how I configure it. I have tried to collect it in a collection, set a label to its value, and everything else I can think of. The collection I displayed in both a datatable and a gallery, which gets a row added when the parameter is present, but the value of the cell in that collection is blank.
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Re: URL Parameters not passing value

It turns out I was not noticing that there was already a parameter passed in the form of a tenentID after the guid. Changing my url format from ?key=value to &key=value did the trick.

View solution in original post

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