|URLencoding works for all characters except / and \||Sam||10/23/12 12:48 AM|
Dear cakephp experts,
While passing parameters through URL, there are cases when the parameters contain funny characters like %$#. This problem is solved when I encode the URL. However, for some reason, characters such as backslash / and forward-slash \ simply do not work on cakephp. All other characters work after encoding the URL.
I have already spent significant amount of time on this problem. Can someone advise?
Thank you very much.
|Re: URLencoding works for all characters except / and \||euromark||10/23/12 1:01 AM|
you can either write your own escaping function who takes care of those characters, or better, use base64encode to pass those special character strings via $_GET
but there you also need to tweak it a little bit,
see the CakeDC search plugin for details where I fixed the method to safely encode the / and = chars:
you will then need to decode it again in the view: