Monday 14 December 2009 11:02:10 am - 2 replies
I have a custom module who creates eZ objects based on post data.
After the publication made by the module, I would like to redirect the user to some view and disable the possibility to re-post the form (with F5 by example).
The problem is that $module->redirect... does the redirection but post data are still here.
I think a header redirection can do the job but I haven't found how to redirect properly to a custom module/view...
any ideas ?
Modified on Monday 14 December 2009 11:03:24 am by Sébastien Antoniotti
Monday 14 December 2009 11:19:01 am
There are few possibilities. Easiest will be set session variable after object was created and check it before. Or set a remote_id for created object which will be a hash included in the POST array and check if object exists with such remote_id if so then you skip creation process.
Monday 14 December 2009 11:47:23 am
Thanks Lukasz for the advice !
Meanwhile I found the following solution which is to redirect in 301 on the confirmation page.
In this way, post data no longer exist.
eZHTTPTool::redirect( eZSys::indexDir().'/member/mywallet', array(), 301 );
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