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Concatenate UserName with RecordID using mysql_insert_id() during Insert

Thread began 6/24/2009 8:15 pm by Kevin373660 | Last modified 6/30/2009 2:56 pm by Kevin373660 | 7861 views | 12 replies


Ray, I really appreciate your help. I tired again, adding the second insert with DataAssist. It created two records in the db tbl. One with the values from the 1st and the second with values from the 2nd insert code block.

Using DataAssist, I have tried adding a single record Update for the same page as per revised attached. To simplify for testing I used the form value for the kidFirstName. I did not include the concat value for now. Only one record is created with the first Insert values from the form but the Update kidnickname seems to be egnored.

It does redirect back to the parents_Profile correctly. I belive that I removed ("") the redirect url value in the first insert correctly and have it at the end of the Update. But there must be something that I have not done correctly since it skips the Update.

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