I am on DNN 8.0.4 and having multiple problems with query string name/value pairs when they are cast into friendly URL format. example: http:mysite.com/itemsearch/searcharg/ABC123
Problem #1 is that if the value happens to be %20 for whatever reason as in .../searcharg/%20, then DNN will fail on redirect with a "Server Error in '/' Application.
The resource cannot be found." error. Note that if I recast the URL in traditional query string format ... &searcharg=ABC123, the redirect is successful. Likewise, if the friendly value is a string with a number of trailing %20s as in /searcharg/ABC123%20%20%20%20%20, I get the same DNN error on redirect.
Now, I would TURN OFF friendly format immediately if I knew how to do it -- but after exhausting the information on the various URL friendly configuration options (i.e. humanfriendly, searchfriendly, advanced), it seems there is no way to turn off friendly query name/value expressions completely to go back to traditional "&name=value" format -- OR IS THERE A WAY to go back to traditional query string format?
Problem #2 is that the DNN Sharp Action Grid Module I'm using is not picking up an input argument if it is cast into the slash query string format "/search/ABC123". However it is picking it up if it is recast as "&search=ABC123" format. I have a separate ticket opened with them on this but again, if someone could tell me how to completely turn off friendly format so that I could go back to &name=value notation in DNN, I think that would solve all of my problems.