Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Re: Forms - All fields into first attribute

On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 3:44 PM, Xavier Pegenaute <xpegenaute@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am using Django 1.3.1, and I have a strange behavior problem, all
> the different fields submitted are going as value of the first field.
> Here is the http header (print request):
> "
> <WSGIRequest
> GET:<QueryDict: {}>,
> POST:<QueryDict: {u'name':
> [u'surName1=surName2=dni=birthDate=28/02/2012address=postalCode=locality=province=country=telf=email=mail@mail.orgjob=
> \r\nsurName1=\r\nsurName2=\r\ndni=\r\nbirthDate=\r\naddress=\r
> \npostalCode=\r\nlocality=\r\nprovince=\r\ncountry=\r\ntelf=\r\nemail=
> \r\njob=']}>,
> COOKIES:......."
> The template which renders the form is this:
> "
>  5 <form action="/accounts/profile/" method="post" enctype="text/
> plain" autocomplete="off">

You asked for text/plain encoding, and got it. Forms are submitted
with enctype "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" (the default) or
"multipart/form-data" (if sending files).



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