John Wu on 31 Oct, 2018 03:27 PM
Why don't you just use http://localhost:8777/success.htm
the success url? So that way it does not matter what the query variables
are that follow?
I added a match type setting for the success and failed URLs (see attached
- Entire: Url must match the entire web page url from beginning to end
- Beginning: Url must match the beginning of the url. This will work with
your example if you set your success and cancel urls are "
http://localhost:8777/success.html" and "http://localhost:8777/failed.html"
- the match will ignore the query string parameters that follow the page url
- Any Part: Url matches any part of the page url. So you can use just
"success,html" and "failed.html" for the urls.
All URL Match versions I tested today and they work. - Super !
Thanks for the great service. The setting "Beginning" is really helpful for me. A use for "Any Part" is not (yet) occurred to me :-) Maybe for http (s) deviations.
All you have to do is make sure that the order of the variables supplied by the server is the same as the URL, or that you omit variables in the cuccess URL. One could point this out in the documentation.
What's missing is the translation of the buttons "Before Starting / For Printing", as well as the new Schlater "URL Match" ;-)