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I have a page with a DatePicker that returns me a range of dates that I'll use as params to a POST to a WebService. But how could I keep this date value in another page? I make the POST in another post and need the values from the DatePicker and I didn't figure it out how could I use router to keep the value.

What I'm doing now:

this.$store.state.primeiraData = this.primeiraData;


sendRequest() {
    var request = require("request");

    var options = {
      method: "POST",
      url: "http://XXX.xxx.X.Xx:8000/XxxXxxX",
      qs: { datade: this.$route.params.firstDate, dataate: this.$route.params.secondDate },
      headers: {
        "cache-control": "no-cache",
        "Content-Type": "application/json"
      },
      body: { datade: this.$route.params.firstDate, dataate: this.$route.params.secondDate },
      json: true
    };

    request(options, function(error, response, body) {
      if (error) throw new Error(error);
      console.log("return do post pro WS", body);
    });
},

Someone could help me?

  • Can you specify if your pages are loaded through router-view (like SPA) or they are loaded completely independently? – Skipper Mar 11 at 22:11
  • All pages are views of the same project. (This answer your question?) – Mateus Fernando Mar 12 at 11:04
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If you using SPA then put values to $store. If you using redirection then store value in localStorage via localStorage.setItem() and access it on another page using localStorage.getItem(). All should be done in saveRequest() method.

  • Could you please show me some sample of this? – Mateus Fernando Mar 12 at 11:08
  • See my code until now: jsfiddle.net/zcnkb2j3 I'm trying to use vuex to save the value, but IDK why the store aren't getting the values – Mateus Fernando Mar 12 at 12:33

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