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    ebingham
    p_next_page in MYSEC_EXT_LOGIN_URLAnswered
    Topic posted February 24, 2009 by ebingham Blue Ribbon: 750+ Points, last edited October 29, 2011 
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    Title:
    p_next_page in MYSEC_EXT_LOGIN_URL
    Content:
    Is it possible to have the p_next_page automatically attached to the end of the url as &p_next_page instead of ?p_next_page?

    Best Comment

    Ernie Turner

    I'm not sure if you still needed an answer to this as your other post seemed to indicate that you had figured this out, but I thought I would post the information anyway.

     

    When appending the p_next_page parameter to the end of the MYSEC_EXT_LOGIN_URL, we will append it in the format of ?p_next_page if it is determined that the URL does not contain a query string. If we do determine that it contains a existing query string, it will be appeneded in the format of &p_next_page

     

    Example:

     

    MYSEC_EXT_LOGIN_URL: site.com

    Result with next page parm: site.com?p_next_page=...

     

    MYSEC_EXT_LOGIN_URL: site.com?foo=bar

    Result with next page parm: site.com?foo=bar&p_next_page=...

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    • Ernie Turner

      I'm not sure if you still needed an answer to this as your other post seemed to indicate that you had figured this out, but I thought I would post the information anyway.

       

      When appending the p_next_page parameter to the end of the MYSEC_EXT_LOGIN_URL, we will append it in the format of ?p_next_page if it is determined that the URL does not contain a query string. If we do determine that it contains a existing query string, it will be appeneded in the format of &p_next_page

       

      Example:

       

      MYSEC_EXT_LOGIN_URL: site.com

      Result with next page parm: site.com?p_next_page=...

       

      MYSEC_EXT_LOGIN_URL: site.com?foo=bar

      Result with next page parm: site.com?foo=bar&p_next_page=...