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Got error: Identifier expected on
JavaScript
var myURL = '<%=ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["myURL"].ToString() %>';
....
// In my Web.Config
  <appSettings>
    <add key="myURL" value="http://..." />
  </appSettings>

I could not figure out where the bug is. Appreciate if you can point out.
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Rashmi Sutar 8-Jul-15 8:37am    
Hi, you want to do it using JS only?

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Add this on the top of your page,

<%@ Import Namespace="System.Configuration" %>


or use fully qualified namespace to use ConfigurationManager :-)
 
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Suvendu Shekhar Giri 8-Jul-15 8:48am    
5*. Perfect !
Akhil Mittal 9-Jul-15 1:09am    
Thanks
s yu 8-Jul-15 9:50am    
Added the line either before or after <html> tag, but the error still exists. I have another aspx file, which contains the same code and works well w/o adding the 'Import' line. The problem reported here is in a .html file. Then, I created a new .aspx file w/ the code in the previous .html file, the problem was gone. Thanks.
Akhil Mittal 9-Jul-15 1:08am    
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