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how I pass parameter in different document.form.action.value?

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FORM enctype="multipart/form-data" name="insertform" method="POST" action="newinsert.php" >
<INPUT type="hidden"  name=use_r  value="0">
Title: <INPUT type="text" name=title size="30">
Detail : <INPUT type="text" name=detail size="30">
<INPUT type="submit" value="submit">
<INPUT type="submit" value="submit1" onChange="this.forms.active.value=newupdate_book1.php">
<INPUT type="submit" value="submit2" onChange="this.forms.active.value=newupdate_img2.php"></FORM>

I want to go 3 pages and pass all parameter,too.
How I can change form.action
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Question by:mika_ray
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Zyloch earned 172 total points
ID: 10916595
If you want the same form to go to all three pages, it would be easier to do this:

<FORM enctype="multipart/form-data" name="insertform" method="POST" action="newinsert.php" onSubmit="document.hiddenform1.submit();document.hiddenform2.submit();">
<INPUT type="hidden"  name=use_r  value="0">
Title: <INPUT type="text" name=title size="30" onChange="hiddenform1.title.value=this.value;hiddenform2.title.value=this.value;">
Detail : <INPUT type="text" name=detail size="30" onChange="hiddenform1.detail.value=this.value;hiddenform2.detail.value=this.value;">
<INPUT type="submit" value="submit"></FORM>

<form enctype="multipart/form-data" name="hiddenform1" method="post" action="newupdate_book1.php" style="display:none;">
<INPUT type="hidden"  name=use_r  value="0">
<input type="text" name=title style="display:none">
<input type="text" name=detail style="display:none">
</form>

<form enctype="multipart/form-data" name="hiddenform2" method="post" action="newupdate_img2.php" style="display:none;">
<INPUT type="hidden"  name=use_r  value="0">
<input type="text" name=title style="display:none">
<input type="text" name=detail style="display:none">
</form>

You may have to change the order a bit to determine which one is submitted last, but overall, this code should work.

--Zyloch
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by:Zvonko
Zvonko earned 164 total points
ID: 10916684
Like this:

<FORM enctype="multipart/form-data" name="insertform" method="POST" action="newinsert.php" >
<INPUT type="hidden"  name=use_r  value="0">
Title: <INPUT type="text" name=title size="30">
Detail : <INPUT type="text" name=detail size="30">
<INPUT type="submit" value="submit">
<INPUT type="submit" value="submit1" onClick="this.form.action='newupdate_book1.php';">
<INPUT type="submit" value="submit2" onClick="this.form.action='newupdate_img2.php';"></FORM>


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by:Zyloch
ID: 10916715
The one problem with the three submit buttons is that they will not all submit until all three are clicked. Because they are type submit, if you CLICK one of the last two, the form should submit to two places, however, if you click the first one, the form will only go to newinsert.php and no matter which one you click on the last two, one will be left over.

--Zyloch
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by:third
third earned 164 total points
ID: 10916802

<script>
  function submitForm(obj){
   if(obj.value=='submit1'){
     obj.form.action = 'newupdate_book1.php';
   }
   else if(obj.value=='submit2'){
     obj.form.action = 'newupdate_img2.php';
   }
   obj.form.submit();
  }
</script>

<FORM enctype="multipart/form-data" name="insertform" method="POST" action="newinsert.php" >
<INPUT type="hidden"  name=use_r  value="0">
Title: <INPUT type="text" name=title size="30">
Detail : <INPUT type="text" name=detail size="30">
<INPUT type="button" value="submit">
<INPUT type="button" value="submit1" onclick="submitForm(this)">
<INPUT type="button" value="submit2" onclick="submitForm(this)">
</FORM>
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Expert Comment

by:Zyloch
ID: 10916869
Eh... This has the same problem as Zvonko's above, or am I missing something?

--Zyloch
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by:Zvonko
ID: 10916952
Zyloch, be so kind and stop spreading confusion.
Provide the solution for the assumption you did understood and wait for feedback from asker.
You are NOT the asker.

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