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I have create one form in .tpl file with simple html form tag. In action attribute of this form element i passed a url like 'action=savequestion'. Now in my .module file, inside hook_menu(), I am defining menu with the above url mentioned in action.

$items['savequestion'] = array(......); //like this

But when i am submitting that form defined in tpl file, It is not calling this menu item and page not found comes.

any one have idea about this? Thank you.

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    Why are you creating form in .tpl file. Rather than create it in your module file where you has created a menu item. – WaQaR Ali Aug 13 '15 at 12:51
  • OK. I have created this in tpl. Because i don't want any extra field provided by drupal out of box. So. – Viraj Aug 13 '15 at 13:06
  • I got a solution, I was on right way, I just forgot to add 'type' => 'MENU_CALLBACK' – Viraj Aug 13 '15 at 13:08
  • But it's right to create your form into module form. After creating into module file you can call it any where. – WaQaR Ali Aug 13 '15 at 13:09
  • Ya WaQar. Agree. – Viraj Aug 13 '15 at 13:11
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The right way to do this if you are using a Drupal module is to set up a form using the Form API and process things within the context of a module. You can also use a contributed module such as Webform to accomplish this too, but if you want something really custom, you should not just create a form in a template file.

All of this said, make sure your "action" is set to the same path as your menu item and that after you have created your hook_menu entry you clear the cache, so your menu item becomes part of Drupal's menu registry.

  • This is very basic way, This won't fulfill according my requirements. According to the flow, I need only one way to implement it. So i have to have follow this method. – Viraj Aug 13 '15 at 12:44
  • Neither Form API nor Webform is basic. – leymannx Aug 13 '15 at 13:03
  • Form API isn't basic i agree and i understand. What i want to convey in above comment is, We can built form using admin, I have to have built this from backend and with just one filed. – Viraj Aug 13 '15 at 13:07

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