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Accessing values from another php file

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using $_POST

I have two php pages. The data is entered in the front page and on clicking submit, the control goes to the backend where processing is done and the values are returned to the front end.

When i tried to create the comcode pages for these two pages, the front page is successful. I can see it in the left panel and click on it. But creation of comcode page for the backend fails. While saving it gives an error saying the 'txtWeight' is an undefined control. Whereas that is the field in the front page which the back end page accesses using $_POST.

I think the include "……php" is failing in the backend page. It is not able to include the front page.

I had put both the pages in the sources_custom/miniblocks folder. This works on my machine where i installed ocp manually, but fails on the client's machine which has a ftp version of ocp. Does it make any difference of how the ocp is installed?

Any kind of help is greatly appreciated!
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Hi,

I think we'd need to see the code.

However "is an undefined control" seems a strange error message to me. If it were Javascript it would be talking about objects, and if it were PHP it would be talking about variables. "control" is more of a Microsoft ASP.net style term.


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