That seems like over complicating the problem to me.

Why not just include the original query string that was passed from
fooa.php by:


On Mon, 2002-04-01 at 12:28, Simos Varelakis wrote:
> Here is a problem :-)
> A php post form fooa.php 
> Submit all form fields to a page foob.php
> Page foob.php do some mysql db check and in one condition I want to
> Return to fooa.php without losing any field value... I made this from
> foob.php with
> header:("location:fooa.php?field1=$field1&field2=$field2.....etc")
> But this is more complex esspecially when in fooa.php there are radio
> buttons + checkboxes.
> I thing that if I could with Javascript in foob.php create an (invisble)
> form and take all posted fields from 
> Fooa.php And resubmit it with form.submit  method to fooa.php I will
> have best results But I donít know how to do this since I am a
> begginer.. Anyone can help please send me an email 
> Thanks in advnace for your time & help and excuse me if is off topic
> Best Regads
> simos
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