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Multiple Update of SOME records

Thread began 2/03/2011 6:28 pm by ccooper309155 | Last modified 2/08/2011 9:40 am by ccooper309155 | 1094 views | 5 replies


Multiple Update of SOME records


Update Multiple Records behavoir.

I'm trying to create a page that will update SOME (but not all) of the records for products listed as part of an order in the OrderDetails table.

I've already created a page that will "multiple update" ALL of the products in a given order and it works well.

(Each product has its own status: Allotted, Backorder, Shipped, etc.)

So if, for instance, I have an order with 5 products with two having Allotted status and three having Backorder status, I might want to "Multiple Update" the two Allotted status products to Shipped status and leave the Backorder status products unchanged.

The trouble is, I've created a page with a recordset and repeating region that lists only the two Allotted status items but when I run the Multiple Update, it updates the status of all five records to Shipped status, including the three Backorder products not shown on the page.

Any idea what I am doing wrong or what I need to do?

Using ASP VB and the latest Data Assist.

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