SharePoint Best Practice – Querystring parameters you should not use in your SharePoint application


When creating the SPContext object SharePoint evaluates the following query string parameters if provided:

  •     ContentTypeId
  •     Contents
  •     FeatureId
  •     FolderCTID  
  •     ID
  •     ListTemplate
  •     List
  •     Mode
  •     RootFolder
  •     Type
  •     VersionNo
  •     View

To ensure that the creation of the SPContext object does not fail your application should ensure that your query string parameters are different from those listed above.

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