It would still require some knowledge of the posted data. If someone clicks a submit button, and it is posting to a page that doesn't really exist, then when the index.php file gets called as a 404 errordocument, the posted variables are already lost, so it wouldn't be possible to access the posted variables in any fashion. The only possibility might be if Apache had some way of dealing with this scenario and I am not that familiar with how Apache works. And so, that leaves me with the only workaround I do know, post to a page that does exist! It's just not the ideal solution, but it works.
----Original Message Follows---- From: Erik Price <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: "[ rswfire ]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> CC: [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] form posting to a fake page Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2002 15:53:55 -0400 On Wednesday, April 17, 2002, at 03:49 PM, [ rswfire ] wrote: >See, now that makes sense. So it sounds like there's really nothing >that can be done except to have it post directly to the index.php file >along with an environment variable indicating what page is posting the >data. This is what I have been doing as a workaround already, it's >just not the ideal solution. Thank you. You could pass the data along the querystring, maybe. I'm not sure how the redirect works exactly, but if you are using PHP or Perl then you should be able to grab the GET and POST data and throw it onto the querystring. Erik ---- Erik Price Web Developer Temp Media Lab, H.H. Brown [EMAIL PROTECTED] _________________________________________________________________ Chat with friends online, try MSN Messenger: http://messenger.msn.com -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php