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Passing Data Between Pages - Session Vs. Saving in DB
I am mainly passing Student Information between pages. The user may pull record for one student. In some cases, the students can have a large amount of data associated with his/her record. Someone in Financial Aid may want to view that records, and they may decide to go over to the insurance page, where they would also want to see some of the information from the financial aid page. In addition, if the student meet certain criteria, the health department may decide to pull that student medical record for whatever reason. If the student has an outbreak in school, they have to update several pages. In some of the pages, the information is exactly the same, so it would not make sense for them to type it over when I can import it from the previous page. Although this information has been save

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Use Angular routing alongside roundtrip routing
I think I may have found a solution. I'm doing a similar thing, a multi-page angular site that uses angular for some of it's pages. Here's what I'm doing var app = angular.module('appname', ['ui.bootstrap', 'ui.autocomplete']) .config(['$locationProvider', '$routeProvider', function($locationProvider, $routeProvider) { $locationProvider.html5Mode(true); $locationProvider.hashPrefix('!'); }]) .run(function($rootScope, $location) { var redirected = false; $rootScope.$on('$locationChangeStart', function(event, nextLocation, currentLocation) { if(!redirected && $location.path() !== '/current-url') { redirected = true; event.preventDefault(); window.location = $location.path(); } }); }); So what I have to work o

Categories : Angularjs

Passing huge data between two HTML pages using only the client side
This looks like a good usecase for postmessages. Postmessages allow for cross-domain communication between a parent page and it's iframe or opened window (both ways). As for limits on the size of the message being sent, i think they're large enough to handle most things that you would want to send cross-domain from window to window. No limit is mentioned in the MDN. As far as browser support. All modern browsers support it, however IE8 only supports it for iFrames, and IE7 doesn't support it at all. IE10 supports it but has limits, mentioned in the MDN.

Categories : Javascript

Passing data from one controller to other Angular
What about creating some kind of a message bus in your app? First, create a MessageBus service: module.factory("MessageBus", function($rootScope) { return { broadcast : function(event, data) { $rootScope.$broadcast(event, data); } }; }); Then, inject it to the originator controller: function OriginatorController($scope, MessageBus) { $scope.funct = function(e) { // get data MessageBus.broadcast("data", data); }; }; And subscribe to events anywhere you want: $scope.$on("data", function(arguments) { console.log(arguments); }); You can even use $rootScope directly via DI and call $broadcast on it in your controllers, but creating a service is more expressive. EDIT: Here is a pen for you.

Categories : Angularjs

Passing data from one form to generate another custom form
There's literally tons of different ways to accomplish this obviously, but with limited knowledge of programming this might be rather difficult - I don't know of any out-of-the-box solution that could help you - but a google search might find something. Probably the easiest way would be to use PHP, and submit the first form to a specific php page that will read the post data and then redirect to the 2nd form based on that data. Here's some sample (code may not be 100% correct) if( $_POST['metal_type'] == 'Aluminum' ){ redirect to the aluminum form page }else{ redirect somewhere else } That should get you started - the specifics will depend upon your form and exactly what you need to do.

Categories : Forms

Passing post data from one form to second form in CodeIgniter
please create 2 views (1st form and 2nd one) the logic is easy show default view (1st view where user sets the state/zip or w/e) -> validation -> if true, set $data['zip'] and render 2nd view where this line should be (remember to not render also 1st one) <input type="text" name="zip" value="<?= (isset($zip)) ? $zip : set_value('zip'); ?>" /> another aproach is to use $this->session->set_flashdata('zip', $zip_variable); and right after redirect() to the controller with 2nd view in it. in controller somewhere (might be in construct or desired method) put this line which gets zip value from flash data (session variable for one use only) if ($zip = $this->session->flashdata('zip')) $data['zip'] = $zip; and now load 2nd view with $data parameter and use <i

Categories : PHP

send form data to two pages via ajax
You can do the same by sending data asynchronously to the other page by HTML5 FormData. Here's the code : <form action="1.php" onsubmit="sendData()" id="myForm"> <input type="text" name="value1"> <input type="text" name="value2"> </form> <script> function sendData() { var formData = new FormData(document.getElementById('myForm')); $.ajax({ url: '2.php', //Server script to process data type: 'POST', //POST or GET xhr: function() { // Custom XMLHttpRequest var myXhr = $.ajaxSettings.xhr(); return myXhr; }, data: formData, //form data //Options to tell jQuery not to process data or worry about content-type. cache: false, contentType: false, processData: false }); }

Categories : PHP

Routing with static pages
I think you are overriding ActionController's internal process method. Using a different name for your process method should work.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Passing form data with Ajax
Well there are several ways you could do it one could be to find the div that the thickbox opens then find the iframe in there which would in theory show the returned data from the server depending on how you are returning it and then using jQuery you could extract the data and update the original page. Another way would be to just retrieve the updated data manually through the main page on the onClose event of the thickbox which IMO is a waste of a call if the iframe returns it. That all depends on how your server returns the data to the form though.

Categories : Javascript

passing form data with post issue
There are a few issues with the form you have here. Any input that you need to grab data from should have a name= attribute. Closing out a block of PHP code should look like ?> Observe how <input> elements close in the following code. Some HTML structure issues: I believe the <form> should wrap around the <table>, and if you need space between table rows, it should be accomplished with styles, rather than a <br />. The following is the cleaned up code: <form method="post" action="updateUser.php"> <table> <tr> <td></td> <td align="right"><input type="text" id="id1" name="id1" value="<?php echo htmlentities("$id", ENT_QUOTES); ?>" /></td> </tr> <

Categories : PHP

django : passing form data between views
Yes, there is a litle helper from django: https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.5/ref/contrib/formtools/form-preview/

Categories : Python

Passing Data from one Form to another by Overloading Constructor
In VB New is the constructor, so you need to pass the value to the constructor like this: Dim frmWO As New frmWorkOrder(I) If frmWO is an array, then something like this: frmWO(I) = New frmWorkOrder(I)

Categories : Vb.Net

Passing data between forms on form closing
Probably a lot of ways, but the quickest way I can think of is just expose the txtSku.Text as a public property and let the other window just set it itself: 'Define in your main form Public Property SkuText() As String Get Return txtSku.Text End Get Set(ByVal value As String) txtSku.Text = value End Set End Property Then just set the text from your other window: Private Sub dgvAllSku_CellContentDoubleClick(sender As Object, e As DataGridViewCellEventArgs) Handles dgvAllSku.CellContentDoubleClick frmMain.SkuText = dgvAllSku.Rows.Item(e.RowIndex).Cells(0).Value Me.Close() End Sub You could also raise an event that the other form subscribes to, or if you don't have any reason to still be able to use both forms at once, just use ShowDialog and execution in the main form

Categories : Vb.Net

When using Angular.js, how to retain form data after submit?
Ok this is not the best solution but you could do this: <input type="text" ng-init="yourName = 'Your Value Goes Here'" ng-model="yourName" placeholder="Enter a name here"> ng-init directives are run when the app intialises, so your value will be assigned to angular's internal "yourName" model and be updated in the view accordingly. That would solve your problem but its not the best way. Hopefully that will get you going for now - I'll try and post a more "ideal" solution shortly.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

angular JS posting data from a form that uses ng-repeat
Your fiddle seems to work fine. If you just output the taskList somewhere in the fiddle using {{taskList}} and play with the dropdown, you can see that the selected dropdown value is getting updated in the taskList item. You can now use this task list to post to the server using $http or $resource. See here

Categories : Javascript

Store table data using localstorage and passing it to a form
You have few problems in the page. Modernizer library is not included - you are using Modernizr.localstorage in your code The localStorage.setItem('workshop', cur_workshop); code is added before jQuery library is added to the page - since this code used jQuery move it after inclusion of jQuery Look like somewhere you/wordpress is calling jQuery.noConflict() - so $ does not refer jQuery anymore so use jQuery instead of $ in your code

Categories : Javascript

User profile pages with devise - Routing to show action
You just need to pass User instance as a parameter to link_to if you want it to link to given user's show page. So if you want to link to currently logged in user's profile in Devise, you just need: <li><%= link_to "Profile", current_user %></li>

Categories : Ruby On Rails

MVC4 passing all form data (model) from javascript to controller -- is it possible?
Basically, you can do it calling an AJAX POST: JS (using jQuery): $('form').on('submit', function (event) { // Stop the default submission event.preventDefault(); // Serialize (JSON) the form's contents and post it to your action $.post('YourAction', $(this).serialize(), function (data) { // If you want to do something after the post }); }); Controller Action: public ActionResult YourAction(string JSONmodel) { System.Web.Script.Serialization.JavaScriptSerializer serializer = new System.Web.Script.Serialization.JavaScriptSerializer(); MyModel model = serializer.Deserialize(JSONmodel, typeof(MyModel)); // Now you can do whatever you want with your model } UPDATE For more complex objects, you can use a third part solution for serialization/de

Categories : Javascript

Passing data to "thank you" page when form action goes to third party site
If the form has a "redirect_link" field, couldn't you just include it there as a GET parameter? <input value="http://www.somesite.com/thankyou.php?zip=12345" type="hidden" name="redirect_link" /> You would need to add JavaScript to the zip code input so that when it updates, it also updates the hidden field. As you mention, another option would be to use PHP sessions, but since it would also require sessions, you're not going to gain anything over doing it in a hidden field (e.g. if people have session cookies disabled). A third option I could think of, if it's possible, would be to use your own form to submit the data to the third party site using cURL. This would obviously only work if the user does not need to do anything on the remote site: $url = 'http://www.othersite.com

Categories : PHP

Angular JS: sending form field data in a PUT request (like POST does)
Because your $scope.realmen is a resource instance, instead of using RealMen.update, you can just call $scope.realmen.$update() (note that there is a "$"). The instance action method will take care of sending the data for you.

Categories : Rest

Restangular POST form data in json format in Angular JS
In Restangular posts should be done to collections not elements. In your case POST should be made like this; $scope.user = {email :"", password: "", confpass: ""}; Then make POST request like; Restangular.all('data.json/:user').post("users", $scope.user); Reference; https://github.com/mgonto/restangular#element-methods

Categories : Json

Codeigniter validation, passing form data from controller function recipient to another
Your php logic is wrong: if ($this->form_validation->run() == FALSE) { // If validation fails load view // $this->insertbook(); $this->load->view('showbooks'); } else { //If validation pass insert book // $this->load->view('showbooks'); $this->insertbook(); } Also this $duplicate = $this->_searchbook('book_name',$data['book_name']); you can replace with validation rule: $this->form_validation->set_rules('book_name', 'Name of book', 'is_unique[table.column]'); For your "only numbers problem" -> $this->form_validation->set_rules('bkyear', 'Year', 'numeric'); Furthermore you can find a lot of build-in rules here: http://ellislab.com/codeigniter/user-guide/libraries/form_vali

Categories : Codeigniter

Asp.Net MVC Routing Passing Controller in Url
How about: routes.MapRoute( name: "test", url: "{controller}/details/{name}", defaults: new { controller = "Test", action = "Details", name = String.Empty }, constraints: new { name = @"^[a-zA-Z0-9]+$" } ); Which would give you: Url: Mapped Destination: /Test/details/kll219dkl TextController->Details(name: "kll219dkl")

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Angular js trigger routing
I have been using the so-called AngularJS way like this, at least the routing is handled by AngularJS rather than browser directly. function Ctrl($scope, $location) { $scope.resetApp = function(){ ... $location.url('/'); } } The path is what is defined in the Route Provider like this: app.config(['$routeProvider', function ($routeProvider) { $routeProvider. when('/', { templateUrl: 'index.html', controller: 'Ctrl' }). ...

Categories : Javascript

Routing with Angular and Node
Are you forwarding the proper requests from your node server to angular? If using express this may look something like this: router.all('/*', function(req, res) { res.sendfile('index.html'); });

Categories : Javascript

Passing a URL through jQuery with awkward routing
You won't be able to use the data parameter since that only sets query string attributes. Your value is actually part of the path, so you'll need to do something different. Try using @Url.Action to generate a correct URL, and omit the data parameter. $.ajax({ url: '@Url.Action("Characters", "Member", new { member = 1 })', }).done(function (data) { viewModel.set("Player", data); }); This will not work if your member id is dynamically chosen from javascript. To do that, you'll have to manually create your url: var url = '/member/' + memberId + '/characters';

Categories : Jquery

How to structure routing in an Angular js and Lithium app?
This presentation should be helpful: http://li3-angular.lithium-framework.com/ What you're planning is the way to go: Li3 expose a json api, and Angular handles your routes and views. Your URL scheme should follow REST principles. li3_resources will help you to build a RESTful api: https://github.com/nateabele/li3_resources Angular UI router should help you with your routes: https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-router

Categories : Angularjs

Angular.js ng-view ignoring routing
The problem is that you're creating the module two times, in both controller.js and routes.js: angular.module('todoApp', [])// creates the module 'todoApp' // vs angular.module('todoApp')// fetches the existing module 'todoApp'

Categories : Javascript

Routing error with angular.js and express
You're serving your JS/CSS via /parent as well: ... http://localhost:3000/parent/javascripts/jquery.js ^^^^^^^ So if you declare your routes before you declare the express.static middleware, your catch-all route will handle all JS/CSS requests. You should use a setup similar to this: // express.static() first... app.use('/parent', express.static(__dirname + '/public')); // ...followed by your catch-all route (only one needed) app.get('/parent*', function(req, res) { res.render('main') });

Categories : Javascript

angular routing without webserver to load templates
I'm ignoring the "no web server" part of the question. Here's an example on how you can put a template directly in a script tag and use it with a directive. <body ng-app="myApp"> <script type="text/ng-template" id="templateTemplate.html"> <div> I am the <span ng-transclude>{{templateAdjective}}</span> template result. </div> </script> <div> <test>best</test> <test>optimal</test> </div> <script> var app = angular.module('myApp',[]); app.directive('test', function() { return { restrict: 'E', templateUrl: 'templateTemplate.html', transclude: true, replace: true }; }); </script> </body>

Categories : Javascript

Mixing Angular routing with MVC Partial Views?
Looks like there are ways to use the $location service to accomplish what you are requesting: Conditionally have anchor links send user to a different page, rather than load to ng-view

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Selectively post form to different pages, based on form result?
You may try something like this HTML: <form action="delete.php" method="post"> <input type="checkbox" name="confirmDelete" value="confirm" /> <input id="btn_delete" type="submit" value="delete" /> </form> JS: window.onload = function(){ document.getElementById('btn_delete').onclick = function(e){ var checkBox = document.getElementsByName('confirmDelete')[0]; if(!checkBox.checked) { if(e && e.preventDefault) { e.preventDefault(); } else if(window.event && window.event.returnValue) { window.eventReturnValue = false; } alert('Please check the checkbox!'); } }; }; DEMO.

Categories : PHP

Express + Angular routing causing infinite loop + crash
The routing rule that you have specified for partials will not match any requests to subdirectories within the partials folder e.g. /partials/folder/file. The routing path matcher treats / as a delimiter between variables. Therefore in order to support having sub folders within your partials directory you will have to add another rule to your app and define a function to handle rendering this template. This is shown below: app.js app.get('/partials/:directory/:file', routes.subpartials); routes/index.js exports.subpartials = function (req, res) { var file = req.params.file, directory = req.params.directory; res.render('partials/' + directory + '/' + file); };

Categories : Node Js

#! causing routing issues using Angular/Rails with multiple layouts
Alright, so after testing lots of tweaks on both the client and server side, I ended up using the following solution. Basically, I just stopped exposing Angular to multiple layouts and dealt with that in Rails. Of course, this does put a limitation on users. The app is divided into two main sections: dashboard and authentication. So in the backend, we restrict the users from accessing any authentication pages if they're logged in, and obviously dashboard pages can only be accessed if the user is authenticated. The root of the problem was that Rails had no way of knowing which layout to serve, if a layout should be served at all. We used the cookies to differentiate the authenticated and unauthenticated users. If the cookie is set, and it passes the authenticity testing, then the dashboa

Categories : Ruby On Rails

jquery Passing ID tag across pages
Im not sure if this is what you wanted but you could store the link into a variable like this var link = $('#vids').attr('href'); and then use the var to load in your main page SEE FIDDLE

Categories : Javascript

jquery form wizard for dynamic form pages available?
The Wicket-JqueryUI plugin provides the requested feature of having the dynamic form with form data coming from WEB SERVER and then navigating through the form back and forth with data persistence feature.

Categories : Jquery

Having trouble passing variables between pages through php
You need to name your submit button to formSubmit to make the if statement return true. Change your form like this and it should work: <form id="paymentform" action="amd8.php" method="post"> <input type="hidden" name="pricePerWeek" value="<?php echo $newChangedString2 ?>"/> <input type="hidden" name="specificWeek" value="<?php echo $newChangedString ?>"/> <input type="submit" value="Submit" name="formSubmit"> </form>

Categories : PHP

Passing values between XAML pages
You can pass parameter object in Frame's Navigate(...) method. So you should write like this. MainPage.xaml.cs Player p = new Player(); this.Frame.Navigate(typeof(MainGame), p); Now that object of Player can be get in MainGame.xaml.cs's OnNavigatedTo(...) method. MainGame.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(NavigationEventArgs e) { var objPlayer = e.Parameter as Player; }

Categories : C#

Passing variable through pages in WordPress
a little tricky but let's try say you have the the link URL on tab two is href='/page-2' in page one, now pass the hash value in this link like href='/page-2/#tab2' now lets move on the page two, detect the hash value with the help of javascript on page two like: if(window.location.hash) { // hash value exists // Puts hash in variable, and removes the # character var hash = window.location.hash.substring(1); // Determine the success or failure var patt=/tab2/g; var result=patt.test(hash); if( result ){ // Success Message alert(hash); // now here activate or open your tab } }

Categories : PHP

Passing parameter through all MVC4 pages
Create an action filter like the one below. public sealed class ScaffoldActionFilter : ActionFilterAttribute { public override void OnActionExecuted(ActionExecutedContext filterContext) { var model = filterContext.Controller.ViewData.Model as PageModelBase; // Whatever you want to do. model.myParam = "Im available in all views"; } } Next register it to run on every request. Look in app_start/filterconfig.cs and and it like this. filters.Add(new ScaffoldActionFilter()); Now just return the standard pagebasemodel or a derived type from every view and you have what you want.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc



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