This question comes up a lot. It's a browser setting, if I remember
right. IE decides it will not "repost" the data for you, so the page
isn't rendered. 

You could use the GET method in your forms and this won't happen.

---John Holmes...

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Francisco Vaucher [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2002 7:29 AM
> To: PHP List (E-mail)
> Subject: [PHP] GET POST Problem
> Hi (I'm sending this again becasue i didn't find a solution yet)
> "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 from mysql server. With this I build a list that has links to
> records that match
> the query. Next step I display one of the items on my query. OK, now
> is
> where I have the problem. When I go back, the IE gives me an error
> "can't show the page because it was made up with form data and if I
> 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. and PHP 4.2.0/1
> With IIS I don't have this problem.
> Anyone have an idea for this issue ? I think that is a directive in
> php.ini file. But I don't know wich one is.
> Help would be appreciated
> Thanks"
> Francisco M. Vaucher

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