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Make sure you include the full syntax, including full-stop at end of item
This is in your button/branch link definition, where you separately list items and values?
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I did include . on and of my value item and still no vale when i press button. :(
Can you provide details of your branch - values of each attribute?
or define an example on apex.oracle.com?
just check here have same situation, u can see, on send button i am sending valu of T1 into T2 but its not working :S
enter any text value
Edited by: newenrba on Feb 4, 2013 11:58 PM
PS Text box are default settings
Edited by: newenrba on Feb 5, 2013 12:01 AM
You are doing a redirect when you need to be submitting the page.
The redirect applies the value when rendering the button, where submit applies the value of the textbox in the browser upon submit.
Ty for fast answer, but again i dont get it, sorry but english is not my primary language.
What do i need to do?!
Correct me if i am wrong
1. SEND is submit button
2. Breanch pass parametars and redirect on PAGE 2 on button Send?
YES YES YES :D Thank u so much, last night i lose like 5h trying to pass parametars :). Working with apex i did not have problems like this. Is this specific for jquery mobile or maybe i did not get requirments like this in apex application :D
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This is not specific to user interface - rather typical options for behaviour when clicking/tapping buttons - redirect or submit.
Session state fundamentals, which aren't always intuitive.
thank you, i just learn someting new