|While doing a LoadInputValues() function like so:|
One of the values dissapeared. I have 3 inputs, 1 textarea, 1 text, 1 submit.
The properties of the textarea are like this:
After LoadInputValues() function VALUE changes to this:
I traced it back to forms.php Line 3793 where the LoadInputValue() function is being called.
Now i'm not sure if i have discovered a bug here or i am doing something wrong. No special error message is displayed by the form_class like usual when something is wrong.
|2011-11-24 16:14:47 - In reply to message 1 from Flip|
|Right ... |
i traced the problem to forms.php Line 3032
$value=(IsSet($GLOBALS[$variable]) ? $GLOBALS[$variable] : "");
the thing is ... in my own script i had a variable called $feeling. And my input had the name feeling. Though $feeling is used to store some database result before the form script is executed.
renaming $feeling to $feeling_row (since it's a database row i picked this name) fixed the problem.
I just searched the manual and i couldn't find any warning about the script behaviour. I think this behaviour is undesirable. I can only see it being useful if register_globals is on, which is a known security risk for ages and shouldn't be used in the first place.
|2012-03-11 11:30:26 - In reply to message 2 from Flip|
|Sorry for the delay. I hope the reply is still useful.|
I finally made time to look into this. I changed the class to only look into global variables if the register_globals option is set.
I will upload a fixed version as soon as I am able to finish some documentation of other new features.