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Query String issue with DA and Framework

Thread began 8/17/2015 11:45 am by codamedia | Last modified 8/17/2015 8:00 pm by Ray Borduin | 216 views | 4 replies |

codamedia

Query String issue with DA and Framework

Building an admin area with includes and database is causing some grief. Most I can overcome, but one issue is plaguing me.

Because I use Framework, my URL becomes ....
index.php?page=cyiLocUpdate (NOTE: page= is now the first part of the query)

All links and redirects with DataAssist pages set the query ID to use ? but since it isn't the first, it should be using &.
EG: index.php?page=cyiLocUpdate?id_loc=1
should be: index.php?page=cyiLocUpdate&id_loc=1

Where do I make that change on a DataAssist page? I thought I found it, but anything I try just results in PHP errors.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Can you send a sample page. I'll take a look.

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codamedia

hi Ray, I'm attaching three files for you to view.
A results page, an insert and an update.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I see the bad code right on the page... for instance on the insert page on line 28 it has:
$WA_redirectURL = "../index.php?page=cyiLocDetail?id_loc=[Insert_ID]";

where it should be:
$WA_redirectURL = "../index.php?page=cyiLocDetail&id_loc=[Insert_ID]";

I'd just go through and manually make the corrections to the redirect page values at this point.

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codamedia

Yes - that is obvious isn't it :)
I hadn't had a problem converting these in the past... not sure how I missed this.

Thanks Ray...

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