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Insert Multiple Records Question

Thread began 6/24/2009 8:50 pm by eyethian348566 | Last modified 6/26/2009 9:15 am by eyethian348566 | 954 views | 3 replies


Insert Multiple Records Question


I've finally got around in using DataAssist. Not bad. However, there seemed to be a 'gotcha' or two. Maybe it's just a clash of coding preferences and/or styles.

I finally used the Insert Multiple Records server behavior. The gotcha was that I used the form names as student[] array instead of student0, or student1, etc. for dynamically generated records. This way, when PHP 'POST's the form, there'll be a nice array of student[] for me to work on. (For more examples, google "dynamic forms array php" to get the gist of what I'm using.)

Apparently, DataAssist insists on naming them as student[]_0, student[]_1, student[]_2, and breaks the script. :( The script can't 'find' the fields and simply aborts the process.

Is there a way I could use my dynamic form arrays instead of the using counter scheme for the Insert Multiple Records server behavior? I could rewrite my form to use appended counter values, and hope it doesn't break anything else.

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