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Post foreign key

Thread began 6/16/2010 10:05 am by cal375160 | Last modified 6/22/2010 2:10 pm by cal375160 | 1009 views | 3 replies

cal375160

Post foreign key

Is there a way to include (as a session variable or something) and post the id from one table into another table as a foreign key. I have a two level registration process I'd like to use for a conference: one registration is the "User" and the other is for one or more "Participants" the User might register. Each Participant could be signed up for several "Activities". What I want to have happen is for the User to be able to register a Participant and then be able to sign him/her up for the activities, so I'd like the User ID ("id") to pass into the Registrant table (where the primary key would be "b-id") as "id" and still have the b-id auto increment.

These two IDs would also then pass into the "Orders" table (where the "o-id" would auto increment) as foreign keys along with a-id from the Activities table, etc.

Does nay of this make sense?

Thanks

Cal

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