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How to reference parameter sent by add link

What is the proper syntax to reference a parameter (which is a foreign key id) in the add form which was sent by the add link?

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add link parameters

I was really happy to see that the addlink has parameters that should be posted to the add form, so I read lots of different items and tried different things, including this …

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Placing the xmod:addlink in a template

Thank you for the reply Andrew. I have reviewed the examples. Every example I have found on this site and elsewhere has the addlink inside of the table on the template. I've have indeed used the form/template generator. My problem is from a presentation …

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How to bring up AddForm for a different Form

How would I go about adding an AddButton on one form or template that redirects to a different page and brings up the AddForm for the form on that page? Passing parameters to the form as well. So I have template that displays movie detail that I would …

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