Subject: Re: [PHP] Select Values Didn't Get Passed in From Two Different Forms
Date: Tue, 25 May 2010 20:37:29 +0100


On Tue, 2010-05-25 at 15:41 -0400, Alice Wei wrote:

> Date: Tue, 25 May 2010 13:40:44 -0400
> Subject: Re: [PHP] 
Select Values Didn't Get Passed in From Two Different Forms
> To:
 > I would like to take those values away into my third form, which 
is what you
> > see with the hidden. If they are not populated,
 then how come I could see
> > the drop down menus?
 So you're expecting the values selected in the first two forms to
 populate the values of the hidden fields in the third form?  Why not
 wrap the whole thing in a single form?  Do test_getrss.php and
test_getrss2.php perform anything useful or are they just hanging

No, the fields are populated in the first and second 
form, form1 and form2. What I want to do is to get the selections from 
both forms and pass them on to the third. Does this make sense? For some
 reason, the text input and the semester drop down menu result can be 
passed to process.php, but the results that I try to select from the 
first and second does not. So, the form is not passing the results of 
what I had from the radio button selections.

To illustrate, the 
second looks something like this:

echo "<select 
 or records stored in $nt
echo "<option 
echo "</select>";

 can I pass the values of what I picked in end_location here to 

Thanks for your help.

The New Busy think 9 to 5 is a cute idea. Combine multiple calendars with 

You can only pass results from both forms if you duplicate the results of one 
in the other and then submit that one. You can't submit two forms at the same 
time. Why do they have to be two forms anyway?

Well, two of them are created with Ajax that are passed through PHP, so you 
select one drop down menu are a time, as the drop down menu comes from what you 
select from a radio button. The results are dynamically. so I don't think they 
are even created at the same time. Does this help in explaining what I am 
trying to accomplish?




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