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POST/SESSION variables and pagination, part II

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Hi folks, I have been working on a property listing search for a company for a while now and have hit a roadblock. I have searched the net up and down. A lot of Google results lead to this site, but I have never been able to get it to work.

Here's the setup-

The user submits search criteria via POST. The results php page pulls the $_POST array and displays the results with pagination of 20 results per page with links for Next/Previous.

Clicking on the pagination links loses the variables, whether I simply used $_POST or whether I coded, for instance, $_SESSION['county'] = $_POST['county']; at the top of the script. I, of course, am using session_start(); at the top of the scripts. I have tried all manner of responses regarding sessions,globals,php.ini, and anything else.

The pagination links uses a query string that refers to PHP_SELF and looks like
"http://localhost/advancedsearch.php?offset=21"
where the offset is the 2nd page of 20 results.


Does anyone have any ideas?

This is exactly the problem I am using.

I however have no idea how to fix it. I am not sure how to use the sessions to get it to work

I am using a form to post the my query. I am using the pagination class from phpsense.com

How can I make it hold over my variables so I get result for all pages?
May 21 '07 #1
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code green
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I am not familiar with this class. Could you post the code which you are trying to make work?
May 21 '07 #2

pbmods
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Split this thread from the original, since we're tackling a new problem.
May 23 '07 #3

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