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using a session variable in a redirect URL

Thread began 1/28/2015 6:12 pm by MagsW | Last modified 1/30/2015 9:27 am by MagsW | 864 views | 7 replies


using a session variable in a redirect URL

I have an insert record page which, once a record has been inserted, I want to redirect back to the main results page. The user is logged in as a Super Admin, goes to a page with a list of Accountants and then clicks a link beside the Accountant name to access their client list. They then need to add clients to the database. I have a session variable Accountant_ID, so the client results page is as follows: acclients_results.php?AccountantID=12

The redirect link in the Insert Record page is currently:

$WA_redirectURL = "acclients_results.php?AccountantID=[Insert_ID]";

However that Insert_ID is passing the Client ID and not the Accountant ID, so I'll get something like acclients_results.php?AccountantID=687 rather than acclients_results.php?AccountantID=12. How can I pass the AccountantID into the URL?

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