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Thread began 6/04/2010 4:15 pm by mrobben375515 | Last modified 6/11/2010 5:15 pm by mrobben375515 | 1563 views | 19 replies

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So if I do it pulling a price from the last list I'm going to have to create a bunch of table fields for each sub category. So the first menu has 3 fields and the next one has 6 so I would have to make 18 table fields just for those two menus and the quote form has 6 menus so I would have to have hundreds of table fields to have a unique price for each selection on the last menu. Does that make sense? (Here's an example of what I was doing at first...quote.php) What if I could have an update button and when they hit that I have a script that runs a quote formula instead of having to map out every possible quote outcome in the database and a apply a variable to it. Can I make somewhat like the shopping cart where you can change the quantity of each item and then hit update and it gives a new price?

I'm trying to have a dynamic menu with the value set to the price column of my database table post in a session variable. And have a text input menu for the quantity post in a session variable and multiply the two together and have that update a price session variable. Any chance something like that would work? Here's my example I'm trying make work. quote3.php The two values post but they don't multiply...

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