On 7/20/2013 9:21 AM, dealTek wrote:
Hi all,

I have a page that starts with several mysql sql query searches and displays 
data below...

then I added a form (with hidden line "do-update" value "UPDATE") on the same 
page with action to same page...

then above other sql queries - I put...

if ((isset($_POST["do-update"])) && ($_POST["do-update"] == "update")) {

---do update query---

echo '<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0; url=gohere.php">';

By your description of what you think should be happening in the line above, my suggestion to would be to look at the header() function in PHP. It can send a header to the browser that will cause the browser to stop loading the current page and redirect it to another URL.


if ( ... ) {

  Do some work...

  header('Location: someotherpage.php');


You want to make sure you always call exit(); after issuing a call to header('Location: ...');


but it shows error that happens AFTER the meta http-equiv="refresh" has happened

Catchable fatal error: xxx on line 226

BTW - the meta http-equiv="refresh" does work but the error flashes 1st for a 

Q: I would have thought that it would not go past the line - meta 
http-equiv="refresh" - but it does.... any insight on this

Dave - DealTek

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