Post by JDECLEMENTI » Wed Jul 12, 2017 1:44 am

So I have created a custom form page that accepts applications from potential employees.

It worked fine before I added an ssl certificate but now is not sending any of the data along with the email.

It will send the Template email but not the data but I know that the data is making it to the controller.php as the sender in the Email is correct.

I bring the info into the controller as follows.

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    if (($this->request->server['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'POST') && $this->validate()) {
    if (isset($this->error['fullname'])) {
    $data['error_fullname'] = $this->error['fullname'];
    } else {
    $data['error_fullname'] = '';
    }
Then send the data to my employment template where I believe the issue is

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    $html = $this->load->view('default/template/mail/employment.tpl',$data);
    // This right here no Longer works after adding SSL 
Then send the mail after attaching the HTML

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   $mail->setSender(html_entity_decode($this->request->post['fullname'], ENT_QUOTES, 'UTF-8')); 
    $mail->setHtml($html);
    $mail->send();
This is located out side of the POST if statement to makesure the action on the form is using SQL

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   $data['action'] = $this->url->link('information/Employment', '', 'SSL');
Then in employment.tpl my email Template I will reference fullname

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 <?php echo $fullname ?>
I always receive the email but it is only the template never any of the data. I have tried using the full link with https:// on the `$this->load->view` but that does not work either.

Any help at all is greatly appreciated and will be glad to provide any additional information if needed.

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Post by JDECLEMENTI » Thu Jul 13, 2017 3:47 am

Update:
I have also tried to use this and other solutions I feel like I'm missing something in the php where it's refusing to send the data with SSL

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$template = $this->url->link('default/template/mail/employment.tpl', '', 'SSL');
$html = $this->load->view($template,$data);
Still no luck

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Post by JDECLEMENTI » Thu Jul 20, 2017 2:55 am

I have tried everything I can think of there has to be a way of doing this... Please someone help!

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Post by artcore » Thu Jul 20, 2017 4:46 am

It looks like you are using 2.0.x? the template is just the route without .tpl in 2.2+ I believe.
And I see you're referencing a validate method while having validation in the POST condition, also on Linux routes are case sensitive.
Did you debug the incoming data from the POST array?
You're probably not using ajax but this can be troublesome too if anything doesn't match or there's a missing asset even(404)

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