[development] Using drupal_execute

Ezra B. Gildesgame ezra at growingventuresolutions.com
Thu Oct 22 17:58:08 UTC 2009

I'm not sure what your end goal is here (nor how a form would display
if not as the result of a callback), but it sounds like you may want
to use drupal_get_form instead. drupal_execute is for submitting form
values programatically, not displaying the form.




Ezra Barnett Gildesgame | http://growingventuresolutions.com | http://ezra-g.com

On Thu, Oct 22, 2009 at 1:32 PM, Jeff Greenberg <jeff at ayendesigns.com> wrote:
> I can't get this form to programatically display (not part of any callback)
> and wait for a submission.
> I call it, and it fires the function that creates the form array, but I
> never see the form unless I put 'exit' after it.
> When using drupal_execute, is the 'values' array of $form_state required,
> with each field named?  My $form_state array is empty. I didn't think I
> needed the enumerated 'values' array because I assumed (yes, I know...) that
> the #default entries in the form elements accomplish what I need.

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