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DataAssist created pages as plugins - passing the values

Thread began 12/12/2010 8:45 am by jshafor | Last modified 12/06/2013 11:18 am by jshafor | 4652 views | 13 replies

jshafor

Per the usual . . . you're definitely on the right track. I changed the form action to "index.php?page=itemsResults" and it appeared as if it did nothing; but that's not true. It's submitting the query string to the URL sting; it's just not processing it with the results page.

Here's what I mean: when I go to the search page (index.php?page=searchProducts) and just hit "Search", it loads the "index.php" (Home) page; HOWEVER, the URL string is:

index.php?S_ItemCat=&S_ItemName=&S_ItemLongDesc=&S_ItemPrice=&Search.x=35&Search.y=13&Search=Search

which is the search string welded to the end of the index.php page. Then, if I manually type the plugin extension (how you suggested prior about combining query's) with the ampersand:

index.php?page=itemsResults&S_ItemCat=&S_ItemName=&S_ItemLongDesc=&S_ItemPrice=&Search.x=35&Search.y=13&Search=Search

the results page loads as I want/need it to!

So, I said all that to ask this: how do I combine the Search query string with the plugin: www.index.php?page=itemsResults when I submit the search form?

Might I add that the solution for the issue above will allow DataAssist generated pages to integrate almost seamlessly with Framework Builder! Excellent!!

Thanks Jason - your help to myself and many others in the forum is absolutely invaluable.

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