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Sep 27, 2006 08:43 PM|LINK
It sort of helps, but I have a question. I have found that if id does exist in the querystring but does not have a value assigned, that the server will throw up an error. I have had to change it to
if (Request.QueryString["id"] != null && Request.QueryString["id"] != "")
in order to account for a blank entry as well. It seems like php's isset accounts for both.