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From Joerg Heinicke <>
Subject Re: [cforms]
Date Thu, 18 Mar 2004 17:21:10 GMT
Tim Larson <tim <at>> writes:

> > I chose to use button elements instead of input elements for rendering
> > wi:action
> > as IE does not support the selection depending on attribute value (e.g.
> > input[type="submit"]). Unfortunately IE does not behave that well then, all
> > submits seemed to be sent at the same time:
> <snip details/>
> I experience the same problem (IE 5.5), and have reported it before.
> From the replies I got, it does seem to be an IE-specific problem.
> I am all ears if anybody solves this.  You can search the list for
> the previous discussion.

Ah, found it:

But there it is a bit different as you really submit the form twice, once
onChange of the number field, the second time per button. You can fix this on
client side by calling always woody_submitForm() and prevent form.submit() there
if "onsubmit called twice!".

My problem is that I really only submit the form once, but as IE sends all
button values Woody founds many submit widgets in the request. This could be
fixed only server side if Woody ignores all other submit widgets if the param
"woody_submit_id" is set.


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