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Passing sensitive data from Result Page to Web Form

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Hi,

I have a Search Result Page from where I need to pass sensitive pricing parameters to a submission web form (via a link in a HTML Block). I do not want users to be able manipulate the parameters in the address bar, and then it appears that the query string method is obsolete.

So I was looking as how to pass internally via Caspio Bridge. But, then I have read on https://howto.caspio.com/parameters/passing-parameters/ that: Passing parameters from Results Page can be achieved using a query string. I intrepret that, and have tested it as well, as you cannot pass parameters internally via Caspio Bridge from a Result Page to a Web Form..... Is that correct? .....at least I cannot get it to work.  Followed the howto guide, but the default selection keep switching back to external parameters setting, and nothing pass.

Do anyone have similar considerations or good practice advise getting Search Result data securely passed to a web form ?

Alternatively, I have considered to only pass non-sensitive parameters e.g. the Random ID, Product names etc. and then based on that, populate sensitive date to fields in the web form based on a SELECT statement getting the data from the table where the results originate from.

Any advise would be appreciated.

Sincerely

Ras

 

 

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Hi @Ras2019,

That is true, you cannot pass parameters via Bridge session from Result page.

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Alternatively, I have considered to only pass non-sensitive parameters e.g. the Random ID, Product names etc. and then based on that, populate sensitive date to fields in the web form based on a SELECT statement getting the data from the table where the results originate from.

I think this is the best option for your case.

Regards,

vitalikssssss

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