[Seaside] Instead of "?=_s ... &_k= ..." I have a # in the Url

Randal L. Schwartz merlyn at stonehenge.com
Tue Nov 24 16:37:14 UTC 2009

>>>>> "Paul" == Paul DeBruicker <pdebruic at gmail.com> writes:

Paul> Instead of having the _s and _k parameters appended to the URL I now
Paul> have a # only.


Paul> Once I submit a form on the initial page the strange Url behavior
Paul> happens.

I presume the fragment identifier is *not* included in the POST url, since
that's strictly for client-side behavior (jump to this fragment).  This means
that the POST request won't have the session ID, and that'd really mess things

I think you're heading down a path that doesn't have a solution.  You need to
go back to using path mangling, query-string mangling, or some sort of cookie
to hold the session information.

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