Please keep the discussion on-list. 2009/3/18 Bill Mudry <billmu...@rogers.com>: > At 04:44 AM 3/18/2009, you wrote: > > 2009/3/18 Joao Gomes Madeira <jpcg....@gmail.com>: >> Hey Stuart >> >> That's what I thought at first, but Bill mentioned the usage of a form >> only as an example, in reality he is not using it. He just wanted >> this... Right Bill? > > It doesn't matter if the URL is coming from a form with method="get" > or a plain link, $_GET will still be populated - there is absolutely > no difference in the resulting request. > > -Stuart > > It would be good practice for me to try your simplified way when I can get > some time again. > For now, it is great to find any solution that works.
It's not a "simplified way", it's just the way PHP works. I really don't see where the confusion lies. Maybe an example would help... http://dev.stut.net/php/mudry.php -Stuart -- http://stut.net/ >> -----Original Message----- >> From: Stuart <stut...@gmail.com> >> To: Joao Gomes Madeira <jpcg....@gmail.com> >> Cc: Bill Mudry <billmu...@rogers.com>, php-wind...@lists.php.net >> Subject: Re: [PHP-WIN] Can't seem to transfer a dynamically chosen >> parameter to next page >> Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2009 20:03:57 +0000 >> >> 2009/3/17 Joao Gomes Madeira <jpcg....@gmail.com>: >>> Hello Bill >>> >>> I mixed up names and ended up answering the wrong message. Sorry. >>> >>> Actually it is quite easy... >>> >>> In viewallorders.php you should replace: >>> >>> echo "<a href='showorder.php?$name '>"; >>> >>> with >>> >>> echo '<a href="showorder.php?&name=' . $name . '">'; >>> >>> and then, in showorder.php >>> >>> <?php >>> parse_str($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'], $qs); >>> $name = $qs['name']; >>> >>> and that's it! >> >> What have you been smoking? This is already done for you, and the >> results are in $_GET. Why duplicate the work? >> >> -Stuart >> >> >> -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php