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Using ActionResponse SendRedirect

Paul Wam

Joined: Apr 05, 2009
Posts: 20
I want to pass a parameter to a portlet on a different portal page by adding a query string parameter to a URL. What I wish to accomplish is not working. This is my current code:

Generic Portlet Class


resulting url:
Variable myPram: null

The problem is that the value of myParam is null instead of 1234.

Question: How do I get my output to read 1234 instead of null?

*I know that PortletSession is an alternative. I'm testing if I can do this without PortletSession.

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