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I realise you say the above is psuedo code but I have to ask. How do you normally represent:
$self->redirect( { rm => 'first_panel' } );
In your normal applications? Do you have a template method like the following (this is naturally untested):
sub redirect { my $self = shift; my $mode = shift; my $new_url = $self->param('app_url') . $mode->{'rm'}; $self->header_type('redirect'); $self->header_props(-url=>$new_url); return "Redirecting to $new_url"; }
I ask as I have wanted to switch between run modes based on data and have had to stick with these kind of methods. Either that or I call the runmode method directly.

Just a quick question - I'm sure the answer is yes but I thought I would ask anyhoo.

In reply to Re: Re: CGI::Application design strategy by simon.proctor
in thread CGI::Application design strategy by BUU

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