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How do i store a form in a cookie?

Thread began 2/20/2009 12:03 am by Jason Byrnes | Last modified 8/26/2013 11:08 am by Jason Byrnes | 9956 views | 25 replies


Thank you. That did help with the binding of individual form elements. However, what I am trying to do is a bit more puzzling to me.

Basically it is this. I have a db table with about 6 columns. I have these records appearing just fine along with a photo, with the help of DA.
But now I need to allow the user to select 3 or 4 records by clicking on a check box for the records they want to populate on the next page.
Kind of like when you are shopping online and the site has a "compare" button. You checkbox a few items and then click "compare" and the next page shows just those items in a table, side by side.

So, do I use the form cookie method? Or am I going about this completely wrong?
Right now I have a record set query in bindings. And a repeating region with the inserted bindings. You can look at my current results so far if you want to. stretches_Results.php

The records are posting properly and I have a list search feature for filtering certain types of records. I just need to add the checkboxes.
The final goal for this page is to allow the user to select up to 6 "routines", click next and have those six or less records formatted for printing in a larger format. Kind of like the "details" page now, but with up to 6 chosen records.

Thanks in advance,

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