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Different Page Redirect following insert based on form data

Thread began 1/31/2010 2:32 pm by Daryl | Last modified 3/19/2010 5:04 pm by Daryl | 2274 views | 21 replies

DarylBeta Tester

Sounds perfect......

I have a form with 6 select lists each with a label of Yes and No. The value for Yes is 1 and No is 2.

I have found the "set session value" in the Cookies Toolkit server behaviours. Is this what you mean?

The first part of your solution says to "set the value of the session variable initially to be the regular redirect page". I assume that I go to the Cookie Toolkit set session behaviour;

Trigger - Submit Button
Session Name - Type in a session name of my choice...
Value - next_page.php

Is this right?

The next part of your solution says to "You would then have another set session server behavior that is triggered on the posted element being yes. You would set this variable to the thank you page". I assume that I go to the Cookie Toolkit set session behaviour;

Trigger - Submit Button
Session Name - What would I put here?
Value - Would I select the dynamic value of the select menu? Do I need to set the session value to 1 for each select menu?

The last part says "Then in the code for the insert where the redirect page is specified you can put in your session variable that holds the redirect page"

What would I have to manualy type into the "After update go to" field as there is no lightning bolt here.

Thanks in advance.

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