[resolved] Avoid Double Validation of the “Prcent Button” Form?

For example yes.

 There’s a lot more we can do:

 1- Sending the form :

 $_SESSION[‘form_name’] = customer input;$_SESSION[‘form_name’] = customer input;$_SESSION[‘form_name’][‘name’][‘type’] = ALPHA;$_SESSION[‘form_name’][‘name’][‘mandatory’] = true;$_SESSION[‘client input’][‘name’][‘min-length’] = 5;$_SESSION[‘client input’][‘name’][‘max-length’] = 25;

 $_SESSION[‘customer input’][‘tel’][‘type’] = TEL;

$_SESSION[‘customer input’][‘tel’][‘mandatory’] = false;

 $_SESSION[‘customer_entry’][‘business_code’][‘type’] = LIST;

$_SESSION[‘customer_entry’][‘business_code’][‘mandatory’] = true;

$_SESSION[‘customer_entry’][‘business_code’][‘values’] = $business_code_tables;


 2- Receipt of the form :

 Check that $_SESSION[‘form_name’] exists and retrieve its value -> $form_name.

If does not exist, error -> previous step.

 Delete the form from the session: unset( $_SESSION[‘form_name’] );

 Retrieve the table of form fields: $formFields = $_SESSION [‘customer input’];

 Check the fields received against what is expected.

Is this field mandatory.

Depending on the type, is the data received correct…

 You see the principle.

 A whole bunch of checks can be automated.

 I’ve used tables for simplicity, but a good idea would be to use objects. With objects, it is simpler to call the function (method) of verification that goes well

 It’s up to you!


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