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session variable not carrying

Thread began 3/18/2015 9:40 pm by LionsMane | Last modified 3/20/2015 5:21 pm by LionsMane | 1279 views | 20 replies

LionsMane

The webassist INSERT code includes this instruction: $InsertQuery->saveInSession("GID");

..and when I build an INSERT page pointing to the same secondary page, the record is pulled based on that session successfully. I'm just trying to do the same thing with an UPDATE.

The GID value is already in a different recordset ($GuestInfo) on the update page, used to populate the field values with the existing data so the user can decide what needs to be updated. It's just when the redirect happens after UPDATE, the session doesn't exist.

>>>>More Info: I wanted to share that on the UPDATE page, after the $GuestInfo recordset is pulled, that's where I was trying to assign the GID (from that recordset) to a session variable so that on the final page, that same recordset could be pulled and displayed again - showing the update.

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