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Using Digital File Pro on multi update page

Thread began 5/13/2010 12:58 pm by jeffmg279672 | Last modified 5/28/2010 6:35 pm by jeffmg279672 | 1963 views | 15 replies


Using Digital File Pro on multi update page

I set up a series of insert/update/delete etc pages using DA, but have a problem with how this is working. The client needs to be able to add up to 20 items, so I've set up the pages with 20 file upload behaviors, which all work, but every time an item is updated, it deletes whatever else was in that row in the db table... I'd like to know if there's a way round that, for starters. Ideally what I'd like is for the client to be able to see what's in each field, then have the option to leave in place whatever he wants.
The other problem I have is that I need to have all these 20 items added into the same row in the database table - if you upload 4 items and then add 5 more later, the second lot are added to a new row - is there any way to force the uploads to go into only one row?
I've attached the 6 pages that insert/update etc.

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