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When using multiple rdr

Something to keep in mind when using multiple rdr is you must open a new URLEncode() for each rdr URL.  Just wrapping all rdr's with one URLEncode() will not work, nor will wrapping each individually.

 

Example of how to get multiple rdr's working in one formula:

 

URLRoot()&"db/"&[_DBID_EXAMPLE]&"?a=API_EditRecord&_fid_2=SomeValue&rid="&
[SOME LOOKUP REF]&"&rdr="&

URLEncode(URLRoot()&"db/"&Dbid()&"?a=API_EditRecord^_fid_1=SomeValue^rid="&
[Record ID]&"&rdr="&

URLEncode(URLRoot()&"db/"&Dbid()&"?a=q^qid=1")))

 

Notice there are two redirects each beginning with URLEncode(), however they are not closed out until the end of they statement.

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