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Thread began 1/19/2011 12:33 am by davidp420108 | Last modified 2/05/2011 3:08 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1506 views | 4 replies |

davidp420108

$WA_redirectURL

does this tell the page where to go when the insert/update button is clicked? I changed the url and it doesn't seem to matter? i still end up on the page it was initially on.

thanks

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davidp420108

never mind... ask a question sand the answer sometimes comes to you.

the form action was set to the wrong page.

thanks for being there in spirit :)

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Andrew Read

I have been finding it easiest to use a Find & Replace on the Source Code to get all of these crafty little buggers changed in one fell swoop. ;)

Usually when I forget to rename the pages at the start of the wizzard. :D

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mleonard321976

Form action

Shouldn't the form action be left blank?

What goes in the place of the form action?.
I put the page I would like to be redirected to in the wizard.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

leaving the form action blank is the same as entering the name of the page that the form is on.

either way will work. but yes, the form should be set to post to itself.


data assist will set the form action to use the page name, for example if it is creating "users_insert.php", the action will be set to "users_insert.php" this is the same as leaving the action blank. the problem is if you rename the page after running the wizard, you need to also reset the form action.

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