> 2. User fills in a form, clicks "submit" which calls the same script,
> passing itself the values. Depending on the value passed by the submit
> button, the script processes the information (INSERT or UPDATE) and sets
> $done = 1 if successful.
> The second scenario is easier to handle.
> Call the same script, passing it $done, and depending on whether or not
> $done is set you redirect.
> Juli Meloni has done an excellent tutorial on just this at
> http://www.thickbook.com. look in the tutorials for something like "Form
> With Error Message". You just have to adapt the logic to suit your needs.

The second scenario is correct. I am actually already using the method in
Melonis tutorial for error messages. But i can┤t do a redirection that way
since $done isn┤t set until after the db INSERT. My if-statement for the
header is at the top of the page (wich is the only place i can put it) and
will never know if $done is set or not below.

- Daniel

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