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I'm a newbie to Process wire. I'm trying to pass the form values to a different URL (i.e to sales force). We have a RestAPI to do a post method with URL Prams. when we tested the rest API it works with static values. So, i select the the option called submit to another URL in actions tab in my form.
So now the issue is how can i pass the field values dynamically to the REST API prams on form submit?
If their is any easy way to submit form details to sales force please advice.
Thanks in advance!!
With around 3,400 employees worldwide, IMS Gear develops and produces specific drive solutions for international customers. In addition to the focus on the automotive industry, the focus is on applications for industry and e-mobility concepts.
Finding new employees is important for the day-to-day business of IMS Gear. For this reason our agency designconcepts developed a job portal, where potential employees can easily inform themselves about the company, the application process and find the job they are looking for. The website was build with help of the framework UIkit.
Job finder Job offer PDF Newsletter Fly-in information pages
Core of the website is the job exchange with the job finder. Here you get a list of all available jobs which you can filter by three main areas (categories, task areas and locations). Or you can type in anything in the search field and filter by various keys (for example ID, title, country and hidden tags). The job finder was build with jQuery Typeahead, which was really helpful in building this complex logic. If you want to know which job is the closest to you, you can sort them by distance.
Job offer PDF
Every job offer has a printable PDF version for newspapers or other job platforms. The job offer PDF can be created by checking a checkbox in the back-end and saving the page. The PDF will then be created with all needed fields of that page and DocRaptor. This workflow is really easy for editors and guarantees a consistent layout for all created PDFs.
If there is no job for you available at the moment, you can subscribe to a newsletter with your areas of interest. Then you will be notified daily if a job is available with your interests. Instead of using a separate newsletter tool, the nice module Newsletter Subscription was used to manage subscribers. The newsletter will be send via a shell script executed by a daily cron job.
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I've set up a filter on my product-page, which I then use to...filter my products!
– I've got pagination set up, and 30 items per page.
– When I active the filter it works perfectly (in my opinion).
Here's what I'm struggling with though:
When I'm on another page (filtered as well/or the total overview) and I put my GET request in for the filter,
it gives back the result, but still with the page-number there. In some cases, this is no problem – like a A-Z or Z-A filter,
but others (say, per location) I might have less pages.
Visual/code ref: (I DO have 3 pages of authors, but I don't have 3 pages from London)
url: books/page3?author=ascending url: books/page3?studio=london
The current setup for my pages that get rendered are as follows:
$allbooks = $pages->find("template=book, sort=$sort, $q, $tagged, $select_studio, start=0, limit=$limit"); As you can see I have the start=0 in there, but I read that's for the start of the pagination, not so much where it'll drop me in the search results.
$q, $tagged and $select_studio are all empty values, unless they're returned from the GET request
To repeat it, in it's most simplest form:
When I click a filter, and a GET request is done, I want to 'reset' the page-number to 0, and get my results...
Perhaps I'm missing something obvious, but I'd be really grateful to have your input.
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