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Redirect Data to new page

Posted on 2009-05-13
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Here is what i have

/page1.php
/action.php

On Page1 user fills in a form and it is submited to Page2 (which is practically invisible to the user)
now after page2 is done with some scripts it redirects the browser to page1.
Normally i found to open the page with GET to sufficient
 header ("Location: /page1.php?id=" . $curid);  

but now i have a response which is too long for GET, and i found on a previous post
that i cannot redirect a page with POST data, so how can i pass some arrays back?

This pages run using sessions if it is a solution.

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you can use sessions (just $_SESSION instead of $_GET), or dump the data into array's via cookies. Just a matter of preference.
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session is most easily and security.

http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/showthread.php?t=611236
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