Ajax :: Send Form Data To Another Php Page(without Redirecting)?
Oct 21, 2010
Well i do have a mysql query in one php page(php_1) & I want to submit the variables to the query in different php page(php_2) via form action but how am I supposed to do it without redirecting to php_1..All I need is to post the data to the first php page query so that It performs some action over there & thats all... So hoping sumone who knows ajax might helpme out with a sample code or point me in the right direction.
php_1 page :-
$query = ("SELECT * FROM state4 WHERE (LONG_HI<'".$_POST['Ymax']."')");
I am facing some problem with this when i am trying to sent the data in krnlAddComment1.asp page and there is only an insert query exists. after run the query successfully, response.write "...." revert back to me
I would like to send my form data to a php file but not to get any response. I want to send an ID so that PHP can do MySQL search and generate a PDF file. Problem seems to be that PHP is responding something back to HTML and that is messing my code. So I just want to send the data and run the scripit in PHP so that nothing is returned back to HTML.
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The div that is populated with the server response so it doesn't seem to be a problem with the coding because if one works, and they are identical, the other should work too so perhaps IE is choking with the way it is handling two ajax objects on the same page? You will need to add something to the shopping cart first at [uRL] and proceed to checkout, then on the checkout page look in the url and change ste_chkout_proc to ste_checkout_proc and load the new url to see the dev checkout vs. the live checkout.
When you send a form using the mailto: command, the data gets sent using the post method and in the process gets reformatted. When you receive the form data in your email it will contain hexadecimal characters, spaces will be replaced with + signs, and each value will be separated by an & sign.
Option 1: REFORMAT AFTER
Create your form using the following syntax:
<form name="NameOfYourForm" method="post" action="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org"> <!-- your input tags go here --> <input type="submit" value="Send"> </form>
Then download the attachment to this post. Open the file in your web browser. When you receive the email containing the form data, just select it all and copy it. Then paste the data into the "hexadecimal value" box. Click decode to convert it to ascii. Then click split to remove +'s and to split data onto multiple lines. Use the "add html" checkbox to make the output viewable in your web browser.
NOTE: The first input tag that you use in your form will become the <title> if you use the html option. So if your first input tag is name="Name" value="Joe Smith" then the html title will appear as <title>Name: Joe Smith</title>.
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I am pretty certain that it is because I took out the <form action="insert.php"> because otherwise the page would redirect but if that is the case I don't know my way around it and if it isn't the problem I'm not sure what is.
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I read about the innerHTML, but it looks like its not portable across browsers.
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