By Peter Serzo
September 4, 2012 —
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The great thing about having children is being pseudo-tuned in to pop culture. As I got into the car with my teenager the other day, we commenced our daily battle for control of the radio. Since I was driving and paying attention to the road, he won and I was hostage to his musical whims. This song came on, which is the title of this article, and it was catchy. My mind, never far from SharePoint, played the title over and over. Later that day, as I was working to make a few technologies work together, it clicked. Several lessons ensued.
Everybody talks. Here was my first issue:
The answer to the first issue was to add single quotes around the @Link. However, you cannot just place quotes there. You have to use a concat statement and the representation of quotes. After some research, I got the following to work:
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