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Use Cookies Toolkit to store & recall individual Form Entries?

Thread began 6/21/2011 1:21 pm by neilo | Last modified 6/22/2011 11:32 am by neilo | 1878 views | 7 replies


Use Cookies Toolkit to store & recall individual Form Entries?


Hoping to use Cookies Toolkit to store and recall individual form item entries per session so that I can somehow make the Google Maps 'Get Driving Directions' to somehow work dynamically without having to use a database/recordet.

My Google Map page(s) have a simple form, four fields:

Post Code
Country (so Google knows where to look)

I am hoping that someone can provide a quick step-by-step guide to commiting each form item entry to a cookie so that I can somehow recall and bind those values dynamically in the Driving Directions (Step 5) of the Map GUI process.

Saving entire form to cookie seems to mean that I can't bind individual fields in GUI. Have spent hours trying to get my head round this, and more hours watching the interactives and reading the pdfs.

At the moment my only option seems to be to pick one address out of the whole of Mediocre Britain in the hope that they might one day want to drive to my client's business premises.

Simple to follow [baby-steps] instructions would be hugely valued. If they work.

Yours densely,

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