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I cannot get this to work

Thread began 5/24/2012 5:29 pm by akstudio | Last modified 6/07/2012 12:51 pm by akstudio | 4077 views | 24 replies

akstudio

This is a nightmare at this point, I've spent 16 hours straight trying to figure out how to pass form information.

I'm beginning to think that what I am trying to do, or rather, the approach I am taking to achieve this is completely wrong.

I have on page 1, a repeat region. Inside this repeat region, I have a form and inside it I am pulling dates from a table. It looks like this: <?php echo $row_ntu['ntu_date']; ?>

This form also contain the following:
<input name="ntu_date" type="hidden" id="ntu_date" value="<?php echo $row_ntu['ntu_date']; ?>" />

I want to take THAT specific date, and pass it to a second form, on page 2... to auto populate a field. Better yet, I would also like to display this date on the page as well. If I can't achieve the later, I'll settle for auto populating a form field.

Now, I have gone over the pdf dozens of times, I've spent the evening looking through other documentation, researched about the internet... I've come across working examples where $_REQUEST is used, etc.

I just cannot get it to work on my page. I thought it would be easy to just store the output of $row_ntu['ntu_date']; into a cookie or session var and load it up on page 2.

What am I missing here?

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