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Insert Record and PHP question

Thread began 7/15/2011 12:31 pm by lr_leal239405 | Last modified 7/15/2011 12:44 pm by lr_leal239405 | 553 views | 1 replies


Insert Record and PHP question

I have a form in which there's some radio buttons where the choice is either yes or no. I used the DataAssist Insert Single Record behavior. My question is, is there a way to get DataAssist to figure out Radio buttons and check boxes where it has to input either yes or no into the database? or do I just have to get the PHP code myself. I just don't know PHP enough and was wondering if that's what I was going to have to do. Below is the PHP code inserted by DataAssist when bound to the form field. It has to have the choice to write 'Yes' if the radio button selected is "yes" or "no" if selection is "no" (I know I'm being repetitious).

<?php echo ((isset($_POST["Receive_Email"]))?$_POST["Receive_Email"]:""); ?>

Here's my form data: (I'm pretty sure I have to write the code on the form). Forgive my ignorance...just need some direction as far as working with DataAssist or having to know more PHP.

Would you like to receive email notices?*
<input type=radio name="Receive_Email" value="Y" >
<input type=radio name="Receive_Email" value="N" >
No </td>

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