HTML_QuickForm::exportValues()

HTML_QuickForm::exportValues() – Returns "safe" elements' values

Synopsis

require_once 'HTML/QuickForm.php';

array HTML_QuickForm::exportValues ( mixed $elementList = null )

Description

Returns the values for the form elements. First it tries to return filtered submitted values, if there were none then it takes the values set by setDefaults() or setConstants().

Unlike getSubmitValues(), this will return only the values corresponding to the elements added to the form and only the values that could actually be submitted: if we have 'Yes'/'No' radiobuttons 'Maybe' will not be considered a valid submit value. You also cannot get values for file elements via this method.

Parameter

mixed $elementList

Array/string of element names, whose values we want. If not set then return all elements.

Return value

return An assoc array of elements' values

Throws

Possible PEAR_Error values
Error code Error message Reason Solution
QUICKFORM_NONEXIST_ELEMENT Element '$element' does not exist in HTML_QuickForm::exportValue() Tried to get a value of a non-existant element Check the element's name spelling

Note

since 3.1

This function can not be called statically.

Returns the element's "safe" value (Previous) Returns the element's raw value (Next)
Last updated: Sun, 23 Nov 2014 — Download Documentation
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