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Passing an additional variable from cart.php to checkout.php page

Thread began 10/02/2014 1:59 pm by Justin@AdventDesign | Last modified 10/07/2014 1:53 pm by Justin@AdventDesign | 9447 views | 14 replies


Makes sense. I've been poking around trying to find specifics on how to do this, but I don't believe the session is setting properly and I'm not sure why. I have error reporting turned on on both pages.

On my cart.php page...

is set on line 1

The form is set to 'post'

The select tag is properly identified as <select name="location" id="location"> and values are set properly on within the tag.

I have this php just following the closing form tag...
if (isset($_POST['Submit'])) {
$_SESSION['location'] = $_POST['location'];

Upon submit it goes to the checkout.php page...

I have <?php echo 'Session: '.$_SESSION['location']; ?> in the body to check that the session variable is passing.

Returns the following error "Notice: Undefined index: location in /home/benspret/public_html/beta/corp/checkout.php on line 180" which is the line where the above echo statement is located.

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