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SPWF01 - unique IDs for SSI <!--#input--> tags

Question asked by campbell.jamie on Mar 30, 2016
Latest reply on Apr 1, 2016 by Gerardo Gallucci

Is there any way of assigning a unique ID to a #input tag in html, so that when I get the WIND:56: message prompting for data input, I dont have to worry about figuring out which page has been served? At the moment I just get the index as expected, 1, 2, 3 etc, so my only idea is to write a state machine and use output.cgi to output the name of the page being navigated to, to set the state, so then I know *which* data index 1, 2, 3 are actually requesting. :( This seems really laborious, and would mean that browser back and forward buttons wouldn't work unless there is a way of calling output.cgi on a page load...

I have the shtml structure working, but it seems like knowing which page+index is being requested would be a very common requirement so wanted to ask before re-inventing the wheel.

Can anyone point me at the CGI&SSI Application Note that I have seen mentioned in other threads? I dont seem to be able to find it anywhere and I'm hoping it might offer some more information. The #input seems non-standard, but I'm guessing it's the only SSI tag supported?

Thanks in advance.