On Monday 15 April 2002 21:05, Kevin Meredith wrote:
> Hi.
> How can I reprocess a page if a certain variable is received.
> I am selecting companies for specific users from which they can select the
> required company and proceed further.  Using variables on the same page
> using PHP_SELF.  This then shows a list of contacts for the chosen company.
> In some cases the user only has access to one company.  I would like to
> have the page skip the company choosing section and proceed straight to the
> list.
> I had thought to do a count on the rows returned from the database and if
> that was == 1 then assign the relative variable and refresh the page.  Is
> there perhaps an easier or better way to achieve the same results?

Arrange it so that your script displays parts according to what is received. 
Something like:

if ("no input yet") {
  if ("user->company" > 1) {
    display list of companies; }
  else {
    show contacts
else {
  if ("input and company") {
    show contacts
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