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just_some_guy

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accessing files through the plugin config.
« on: November 10, 2007, 11:16:18 am »

Hello,

I am very confused about how to access a second page from the plugin config (the page that is the result of clicking on the plugin admin menu button).

I know that pages can be accessed through the forms of.

index.php?file=plugin/config
plugins/plugin/config.php

But when you have a url like "plugin.php?id=20" i have problems.

index.php?file=plugin/plugin.php?id=20 - will just go to the index page.
index.php?file=plugin/plugin?id=20 - will just go to the index page.
plugins/plugin/plugin.php?id=20 - either produces a "Not in Coppermine..." or  a failed to open stream include/init.inc.php

Now i understand that if the plugin has a second page and is accessed through the form of ?file= then it is not neccessary include init again. Whereas if init is not included and the page is accessed in the style of "plugins/plugin/plugin.php?id=20" then it works but not with $pageheader and $pagefooter as these vars are defined in init.

How is it possible to access a url of ?id= ?

thanks,
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Re: accessing files through the plugin config.
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2007, 02:15:48 pm »

I think i know what the problem might be.

Instead of $_GET['id'];

Would i need to do something with switches?
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Re: accessing files through the plugin config.
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2007, 02:25:16 pm »

index.php?file=plugin/plugin.php?id=20
index.php?file=plugin/plugin?id=20

these are just wrong

index.php?file=plugin/plugin.php&id=20
index.php?file=plugin/plugin&id=2

is much better

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Re: accessing files through the plugin config.
« Reply #3 on: November 10, 2007, 02:34:34 pm »

I knew it was wrong. That seems to work.

Thanks Stramm.
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