[FX.php List] FX and Editing Global Fields
kmccoy at supportgroup.com
Mon Nov 15 17:41:44 MST 2010
Just to expand on this a bit, PHP can pull data from a global field, but it
will default to the value that was stored while the database was last opened
in single user mode.
Remember that global fields are user session specific, so they can behave
much different from the web then they may from a FM client. As Tim just
mentioned the value may be set correctly, but each new PHP query starts a
new user session, so you will not get the last value you set.
It may help to know the broader issue you are trying to solve.
On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 4:32 PM, Tim 'Webko' Booth <tim at nicheit.com.au>wrote:
> On 16/11/2010, at 11:25 AM, Bradley Creamer wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> I'm specifically asking you this question because I found your post at:
> ... where you say that FX works when editing a global field.
> I haven't been successful.
> How do you know that?
> It may well be edited, but the next request you make effectively re-logs
> the web user in (the web is stateless...) so that the global will be rest to
> default... at least, that is my understanding...
> Now, my question - what are you trying to use a global field to do?
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