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Saving Form Data to a text file

Posted on 2013-02-04
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I need to save form data into a text file but when it gets saved, not all the fields get saved on the text file: (dob, dobmm, gender, address, member, ccnumber, ccmonth, ccyear, duration)

<form method="post" action="regiform.php">

	<p>
		<label>First Name:*</label>
		<input name="name" id= "name" type="text"/>
	</p>

	<p>
		<label>Surname:*</label>
		<input name="surname" id="surname" type="text"/>
	</p>
	
	<p>
		<label>Email:*</label>
		<input name="email" id="email" type="text"/>
	</p>

	<p>
		<label>Date of Birth:</label>
 		<select id="dob">
        <option value="">dd</option>
			<option value="01" >01</option>
			<option value="02" >02</option>
			<option value="03" >03</option>
			<option value="04" >04</option>
			<option value="05" >05</option>
			<option value="06" >06</option>
			<option value="07" >07</option>
			<option value="08" >08</option>
			<option value="09" >09</option>
			<option value="10" >10</option>
			<option value="11" >11</option>
			<option value="12" >12</option>
			<option value="13" >13</option>
			<option value="14" >14</option>
			<option value="15" >15</option>
			<option value="16" >16</option>
			<option value="17" >17</option>
			<option value="18" >18</option>
			<option value="19" >19</option>
			<option value="20" >20</option>
			<option value="21" >21</option>
			<option value="22" >22</option>
			<option value="23" >23</option>
			<option value="24" >24</option>
			<option value="25" >25</option>
			<option value="26" >26</option>
			<option value="27" >27</option>
			<option value="28" >28</option>
			<option value="29" >29</option>
			<option value="30" >30</option>
			<option value="31" >31</option>
      </select>
      /
      <select id="dobmm">
        <option value="">mm</option>
			<option value="01" >01</option>
			<option value="02" >02</option>
			<option value="03" >03</option>
			<option value="04" >04</option>
			<option value="05" >05</option>
			<option value="06" >06</option>
			<option value="07" >07</option>
			<option value="08" >08</option>
			<option value="09" >09</option>
			<option value="10" >10</option>
			<option value="11" >11</option>
			<option value="12" >12</option>
	</select>
  /

		
		<input name="dobyear" id="dobyear" type="text"/>
		<label>Year</label>
</p>

	<p>
		<label>Gender:</label>
		<input name="gender" id= "gender" type= "radio" value= "male"/><span>Male</span>
		<input name="gender" id= "gender" type= "radio" value= "female"/><span>Female</span>
</p>

	<p>
		<label>Address:</label>
		<textarea name="address" id="address" rows="4" cols="20"></textarea>
</p>

	<p>
		<label>Membership Type:*</label>
		<select id="member">
			<option value="">select</option>
			<option value="premium">Premium</option>
			<option value="basic">Basic</option>
			<option value="casual">Casual</option>
		</select>
</p>

	<p>
		<label>Credit Card Number:*</label>
		<input name="ccnumber" id="ccnumber" type="text"/>
</p>

	<p>
		<label>Expiry Date:*</label>
		<select id="ccmonth">
			<option value="">month</option>
			<option value="01" >01</option>
			<option value="02" >02</option>
			<option value="03" >03</option>
			<option value="04" >04</option>
			<option value="05" >05</option>
			<option value="06" >06</option>
			<option value="07" >07</option>
			<option value="08" >08</option>
			<option value="09" >09</option>
			<option value="10" >10</option>
			<option value="11" >11</option>
		</select>
		/
      <select id="ccyear">
        <option value="">year</option>
			<option value="2013" >2013</option>
			<option value="2014" >2014</option>
			<option value="2015" >2015</option>
			<option value="2016" >2016</option>
			<option value="2017" >2017</option>
			<option value="2018" >2018</option>
			<option value="2019" >2019</option>
			<option value="2020" >2020</option>
			<option value="2021" >2021</option>
			<option value="2022" >2022</option>
			<option value="2023" >2023</option>
			<option value="2024" >2024</option>
	</select>
</p>

	<p>
		<label>Duration of Membership:*</label>
		<select id="duration">
			<option value="">select</option>
			<option value="3month">3 month</option>
			<option value="6month">6 month</option>
			<option value="1year">1 year</option>
		</select>
</p>
	<p class="sendbuttom">
		<input type= "submit" id= "send" value= "SEND"></input>
</p>

</form>

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<?php 

$name = $_POST['name'];
$surname = $_POST['surname'];
$email = $_POST['email'];

$dob = $_POST['dob'];
$dobmm = $_POST['dobmm'];
$dobyear = $_POST['dobyear'];

$gender = $POST['gender'];
$address = $POST['address'];
$member = $POST['member'];

$ccnumber = $POST['ccnumber'];
$ccmonth = $POST['ccmonth'];
$ccyear = $POST['ccyear'];

$duration = $POST['duration'];



$f = fopen('registrations.txt', 'a');
fwrite($f, "<p>$name</p><hr>");
fwrite($f, "<p>$surname</p>");
fwrite($f, "<p>$email</p>");

fwrite($f, "<p>$dob</p>");
fwrite($f, "<p>$dobmm</p>");
fwrite($f, "<p>$dobyear</p>");

fwrite($f, "<p>$gender</p>");
fwrite($f, "<p>$address</p>");
fwrite($f, "<p>$member</p>");

fwrite($f, "<p>$ccnumber</p>");
fwrite($f, "<p>$ccmonth</p>");
fwrite($f, "<p>$ccyear</p>");

fwrite($f, "<p>$duration</p>");
fclose($f);

?>

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COBOLdinosaur earned 500 total points
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Let me guess... the selects don't get saved... and that would be because things like $_POST['ccyear']  do not exist.  The $_POST variables us the name attribute, and do not even know the id is there.

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by:Lukasz Chmielewski
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Try to use "w" switch insteda of "a"

$f = fopen('registrations.txt', 'w');
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by:Lukasz Chmielewski
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... and Like Cd said - you have to put name attributes on all of the form fields
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by:chrissy009
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I have added name attributes to all the form fields but some fields still doesn´t work: gender, address, member, ccnumber, ccmonth, ccyear, duration
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by:Lukasz Chmielewski
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You can't have two the same id's on the page like
id= "gender"
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by:Lukasz Chmielewski
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Chnage the ids to name attributes.
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