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Handling 2 tables...

Thread began 2/26/2010 5:42 am by Paul | Last modified 3/01/2010 6:02 pm by Paul | 772 views | 3 replies

PaulBeta Tester

Handling 2 tables...

I'm looking for some guidance.

I am building a client registration system with the following behaviour...

A New Client completes and submits a 4-field registration form, populating Table A in a mysql database.

During registration, the client selects a value in the status field; either 1 or 2.

When a Registered Client logs in:

If the Status field value = 1, they are redirected (in the normal way) to the profile page and no further behaviour is required.

If the Status field value = 2, as above but an additional 15 fields are shown requiring completion and saving!

Now, the twist here is that these 15 fields exist in Table B of the same database.

For info..

- Session values, including a unique user id (from Table A) are captured during login.
- Table B carries a unique user id field
- Table B will only hold 1 record per 'matched' user in Table A

Ideas on how this can be accomplished gratefully received.

Thank you, Paul.

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