The link to the update page should look something like:
Where the ID of the record to be update is being passed to the update page.
Then the update page recordset should look like:
$termineedit = new WA_MySQLi_RS("termineedit",$aktuelles,1);
$termineedit->setQuery("SELECT * FROM Termine WHERE ID = ?");
$termineedit->bindParam("i", "".(isset($_GET['ID'])?$_GET['ID']:"") ."", "-1"); //colname
So that it uses the ID to show the correct record. The update code looks correct, but it won't work if you don't access the page with an ID in the url to begin with.
I do not know how to link to the update page.
In Dreamweaver CS6 I had these functions with recordsets and update-, delete-records. I'm sending you this document labeled with: weltladen-koengen-aktuelles-edit-dreamweaver6.php. Maybe you can see how that worked. I did not have to link the page, my customers had the link to http://www.weltladen-koengen.de/aktuelles-edit1.php and could select the dataset they wanted to change via the navigation. Then they clicked on send and the changed record was displayed on the website.http://www.weltladen-koengen.de/aktuelles1.php
If I insert the new recordset code of today, then the records will not be displayed. you can not change it either.
Greetings Andrea Halm