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Set a session from a submitted form

Thread began 9/03/2013 7:12 pm by mrs | Last modified 2/11/2014 4:07 pm by mrs | 1487 views | 15 replies


Hi Jason,

Well, I understand the confusion that happened by my question but that's because I asked you a new question on a thread that was meant for another issue.

At the beginning I wanted to know how "mrs" did it to store the session but then I found out by myself.

Then I wanted to share with you the issue I was facing when trying to use WebAssist's session registration.

Well, now after taking into consideration your note about having the form processing into the action page, everything went fine and I was able to display the session values.

Now, following this discussion, I would also like to point to your attention a little "bug" that I found while using CSS form builder.
Here is the situation:

I have a form, written, complete and well organized.
I wanted to use it with CSS Form Builder by binding its elements to be able to: apply validation, save values in sessions and keep the values persistent in the form fields.

The problem occurs after applying the CSS Form Builder and clicking the Finish button, all the "extra code" generated by DataBridge is writen inside the page except the code in the header that contains the includes like persist.php and the session storage.

I repeated the process many times and each time the code is not generated.

On the other hand, when I create a form from scratch using CSS Form Builder, all the code gets generated fine and all the assets related to the validation, session and values persistence are written succesfully.

If you want I can recreate the case again and send you screenshots.

Thank you.

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