optionaly, you can read from the file handler to get some feedback from the perl script
I just realized I should have been more specific with my question. What I want to do is use php to submit registration data to the database and then send part of the data to a perl script to be encrypted and sent in an email. I have to use perl for the encryption because of user permissions on the server-Php and GPG run as different users. So I have to send the data in 2 different directions rather than keep it in the same script. I would like to be able to do it without having the user do double entries. If I can still do this without two submits, then I guess I do need an example.
Thanks for the responses,
On Wednesday 13 November 2002 07:16 am, you wrote:
For that example, you don't need two submits... the same script that
handles the submitted data for the database can send the email...
usually it's only a problem if one form has to be submitted to two servers,
do you need an example?
on 13/11/02 3:05 PM, Scott ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
I would like to know if it is possible to use Php to make a form perform
2 actions by having the user click on a single submit button. For
instance, send data to a database and email it simultaneously. I would
would appreciate it
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