Steve Robbins <srobbinsno.spam.charter.net> schrieb:
I'd suggest that you make a GET-Request to a new script, which will make> What I have is a forms-based application where I POST the form. This
> was decided on because of security and the length limits of a URL. Now
> I have a need where I would like to link to a form and "fake" some of
> the variables that are normally posted.
a POST-Request to your existing script.
The FAQ of the german speaking PHP newsgroups has a nice example for a
POST-Request. Read [url]http://www.dclp-faq.de/q/q-code-post.html[/url], ignore the
short german text and just have a look at the code. You should be able
to understand how it works.
On the other hand you could just change your script and get the data fom
the $_REQUEST-array instead of the $_POST-array.
P.S.: You might want to wait for a solution from the genius "ww",
because I'm "one of those stupid people posting to news groups
that has NO clue what he's talking about".
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