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Hi everyone,
I have a question about the command handling of Kohana that I'm a bit fuzzy on.  I'm developing a web page with a registration form on the main page.  I'm having the registration form send the information to a user controller with a register action ( i.e. Form::open( user/register); ).  Ideally I'd like that to direct to an accept terms and agreements page, again with an action in the user controller.  My question is, do I have to do any sort of special routing using that method?  If I'm validating the form using the model will it return any problems to the originating page or do I have to do a redirect back to the page?
Thanks,
William
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Have you seen this?
How to use Kohana 3 validation (with forms)

http://blog.mixu.net/2010/10/30/how-to-use-kohana-3-validation-with-forms/

Gary
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by:William-B
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Yeah I had taken a look at it.  It looks good but doesn't quite answer all my questions.  I guess a simpler way of putting my above question is that I'm trying to construct a multiple page registration form, with some initial validation performed after the first page is submitted and then finalizing it after the second page is submitted.  Thanks again for your response.
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