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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 | 2533 views | 21 replies

DarylBeta Tester


Thankyou for your very prompt reply!

  You are setting the redirect in the update behavior to the session variable. This should redirect you to the page in this variable when the update occurs. After the update you have the custom code to check on the posted values and redirect based on that. If this is how you would like to do the redirect you should remove it from the update server behavior.  

This is exactly what I want to happen. The form updates a database, then depending on the selections made will re-direct to a different page.

I am at a loss regarding how to achieve what you are suggesting. are you saying that I need to remove this session variable?

$WA_redirectURL = $_SESSION['inform'];

I am confused on what needs to be put here instead and if there is no session variable how will the page know which redirect to follow?

Sorry, I am probably being really thick now.

  Also, the custom redirect code that you have is not using the same trigger,  

Which is the trigger in the redirect script? Is it;

header("Location: " . $_SESSION['inform']);

If so, what should it now be?

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