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From Ben Pope <>
Subject Re: Proposed fix: crazy infinite loop w/ <ft:continuation-id>
Date Fri, 01 Apr 2005 21:51:31 GMT

I saw that approach in the samples, but thought it would be nice to be 
able to navigate the site passing parameters with POST sometimes, so 
instead I came up with this:

<map match ...>
    <map:select type="request-parameter">
       <map:parameter name="parameter-name" value="continuation-id"/>
          <map:when test="{request-param:continuation-id}">
             <map:call continuation="{request-param:continuation-id}"/>
             <map:call function...

If the continuation parameter is not present, the test returns null, and 
goes to otherwise, which calls the form handler.  If the parameter 
exists (regardless of whether GET/POST) it calls the continuation.

Just a thought...

Ben Pope.

Eric E. Meyer wrote:
> This is how I work with hidden continuation ids since my form posts.
> You can select based upon the request:method - continuing only on POST:
>            <map:select type="oacl-simple">
>                <map:parameter name="value" value="{request:method}"/>
>                <map:when test="GET">
>                    <map:call function="functionName">
>                        <map:parameter name="searchType"
>                            value="{0}" />
>                    </map:call>
>                </map:when>
>                <map:when test="POST">
>                    <map:call
>                        continuation="{request-param:continuation-id}"
>                    />
>                </map:when>
>            </map:select>
> Regards,
> Eric

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