Re: Using the $_POST global in LiveCode server

2018-08-03 Thread Mike Bonner via use-livecode
Still haven't got a test set up. So trying the quicker easier way.. Hey everyone, in which versions of server are sessions not broken? On Thu, Aug 2, 2018 at 6:17 PM Mike Bonner wrote: > Version 7.1.0 doesn't seem to work. (the version used by on-rev.) Pretty > sure its been in this

Re: Using the $_POST global in LiveCode server

2018-08-02 Thread Mike Bonner via use-livecode
Version 7.1.0 doesn't seem to work. (the version used by on-rev.) Pretty sure its been in this non-working condition for a while. (again, my faulty memory might be wrong) I'll try and set up a test for later versions, but pretty sure things were still working in the 6.x range of server

Re: Using the $_POST global in LiveCode server

2018-08-02 Thread Mike Bonner via use-livecode
Its been a while since I messed with sessions, but that looks right. I seem to vaguely remember that there is some version of LC server where sessions is broken, but I can't recall for sure. What version of server are you running? (IIRC sessions was implemented some time around 4.6.3? And a

Re: Using the $_POST global in LiveCode server

2018-08-02 Thread Tim Selander via use-livecode
Thanks, Mike. This seemed like a good hint/possible solution. Another though has just occurred to me also.. If you use session variables, you can store the search term in the session, and since the browser will re-post on reload, if $_POST and your session variable contain the same search

Re: Using the $_POST global in LiveCode server

2018-08-02 Thread Mike Bonner via use-livecode
I don't really understand what I've read yet, but I think what you're looking for is Post/Redirect/Get (prg) Basically.. Accept the post, process it, redirect to another page without the post. (One example I read basically placed the generated html into a session variable and displayed it after

Using the $_POST global in LiveCode server

2018-08-02 Thread Tim Selander via use-livecode
Hi, Is it possible to change, or even delete, the $_POST[] array in LiveCode server? I want to clear it after my script has pulled out the info it needs. Or, maybe there's another way to skin the cat. I have a search page that returns a list of our online TV programs. But even if the page is