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Structure for inserting data through a validated 2 field login

Thread began 2/28/2010 11:46 am by roger391472 | Last modified 3/03/2010 7:07 pm by roger391472 | 733 views | 6 replies

roger391472

Hi Eric,

The filtering is what I've been working on so far this morning but I'm not clear yet on what filters I should be using. In other threads that I've been reading it says to filter on the form element, is that the field name?

I've tried a bunch of different filters on the emailLookup rs but I'm not sure I've had it right yet. Currently I have it set to: form variable--<the email field name>

I've also tried the $totalRows_emailLookup_members variable too but that didn't work.

The thought process that I've been working on is thinking that I have to validate the e-mail address and make sure it is in the database first so that I can select the correct row off of that. Is that not the case?

I'll make new changes based on your reply but if you want to see the code as I have it now let me know and I'll attach the new code. I have moved some stuff around since the last attachment and it did at least stop it from displaying the "show if" errors on page load and my "sort" behavior is working correctly. I'm pretty sure I have the code for the behaviors in the correct order now.

I guess the one thing I really need to be sure I'm doing correctly first is those filter settings.

Thanks again for all your help. Oh, and as far as Murphys law goes, yep, sure enough, my internet connection went out this morning. Geesh

Roger

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