OK. That would be a solution. I've been working with this one, but I can't send back the information. Maybe i'm doing something wrong (I really think this).
What I've been wondering if this is a common problem ¿? Francisco M. Vaucher Departamento IT Tyco / ADT Security Services Buenos Aires - Argentina mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] -----Mensaje original----- De: Kevin Stone [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Enviado el: lunes, 30 de septiembre de 2002 17:45 Para: Francisco Vaucher; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Asunto: Re: [PHP] GET - POST problem I can think of at least two solutions... 1) Open the item queries in a new window (target="_new") leaving the list page open and unmodified. 2) Send NoCache headers and use a PHP session or cookie to store the Form data and resubmit when the back button is pressed. -Kevin ----- Original Message ----- From: "Francisco Vaucher" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Sent: Monday, September 30, 2002 1:11 PM Subject: [PHP] GET - POST problem > Hi, > > I have a problem when i'm sending form data. The issue happens when I build > a mysql query with some form input data. I send the info and I get 'n' > results. With this I build a list that has links to the records that match > the query. Next step I display one of the items on my query. OK, now here is > where I have the problem. When I go back, the IE gives me an error that > "can't show the page because it was made up with form data and if I want to > see the page again, i have to make a refresh. IE wount send the information > itself." > > I'm running an Apache Server under RH 7.2. > > With IIS I don't have this problem. > > Anyone have an idea for this issue ? I think that is a directive in the > php.ini file. But I don't know wich one is. > > Help would be apreciated > > Thanks > > Francisco M. Vaucher > mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php