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Update Record Form Blank - After Data Assist / CSS Form Builder / Re-Binding

Thread began 3/18/2010 5:42 pm by dlovas275157 | Last modified 3/29/2010 9:24 pm by dlovas275157 | 1395 views | 8 replies

dlovas275157

Update Record Form Blank - After Data Assist / CSS Form Builder / Re-Binding

My update.php form does not work correctly.

When I select a record to update on my results.php page, it is supposed to pass the url var to the update.php page and allow me to update the record. However, it does not appear to pass the url var properly as the update.php form is empty/blank when it comes up. Or the update page is not reading the passed url variable properly.

I followed these steps in creating my update form:
1. Created form with DataAssist Wizard (form works at this point!)
2. Applied CSS Form Builder to the update form
3. Re-Binded the Update Record Server Behavior to the values generated by the CSS From Builder

Could someone please advise me where I am going wrong. I do not have this issue with my insert pages, only my update pages.

Attached is my update.php form

Thanks for any help.

D.

--Update--

It appears that the "update link" on the results page is passing the url var properly to the update page, it is just NOT binding properly on the update page.

Is there a trick to re-binding the update form to the data after running the form through CSS Form Builder? I do not have this problem with any "insert forms". On my insert form, I re-bind after CSS Form Builder and they work fine.

Attached Files
hb_inventory_Update.php.zip

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