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Re: Problems with sticky CGI paramsby mkmcconn (Chaplain)
|on Oct 24, 2001 at 02:09 UTC ( #120936=note: print w/replies, xml )||Need Help??|
If you use CGI, the module helps you to override sticky
values, using the "override" attribute of the field element.
'_variable' is where the field value is stored.
$out is the name of the CGI object.
$out->param('redirect')?$ref->('url') is the parameter that expands to the default URL, over which I want to force changes using the form. And here comes the answer to your question (hopefully):
-override => 1 allows the default parameter to be overridden by the submitted form contents.
If you don't want to use CGI, you may still find this to be a good clue - but I don't have much experience trying to create form and field code without CGI.pm :-)mkmcconn
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