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When I apply a MySQLi Manage Relational Table behavior, it is somehow applying an old function

Thread began 4/17/2019 3:29 pm by TroyD | Last modified 4/30/2019 5:21 pm by TroyD | 197 views | 28 replies

TroyD

Ok, I wondered about that but assumed that I would at least need to use the multi-insert behavior. I did as you mentioned and it works perfectly using just the single insert behavior.

For anyone else looking for this solution, I added a second Single Insert behavior to insert into a table that acts as the relationship between the department categories table and the products table. I have 3 tables here.

tblProducts (first insert adds the new product to this table)
tblDepartmentCategories (this table holds the department categories and is used populate the multi-select list)
relDepartment_Products (second insert adds all of the selected department's ids and the product id into this table)

In the second insert, I bound the product id column to the session created by the first insert behavior. I then bound the department id’s column to the multi-select. I assume you would have to manually add [] to the name of the multi-select like this, name="DepartmentCategory[]".

If I have anything wrong here, please let me know.

So, having that one finished, I am now working on the update page for this same record. I’m not sure yet if I will see the same issues since I will need to use the MRT behavior, but I will report back.

Thanks
TroyD

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