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Insert page, 2 tables & 1 'stages' form.

Thread began 1/26/2012 5:39 am by gary.brett434358 | Last modified 1/28/2012 3:05 am by gary.brett434358 | 1198 views | 10 replies


Insert page, 2 tables & 1 'stages' form.

Good morning, this may sound confusing so please bear with me!

I want users to add sales leads to our database, currently have tblCases & tblContacts which holds this information. On the Cases insert page I can pull the contact through to assign to case by using dynamic dropdown but I want to make this more user friendly.

I have a wizard style form, each step is a simply div with 'Next', 'Previous' & 'Finish' buttons.

Step1 - tblContacts.php
Step2 - tblCases.php
Step3 - Insert/Finish

Step1 a tblCase.CaseID would be created, I would like the users to either select a current contact or be able to add a new contact to case. If current that contacts data should be auto filled onto form, ie address, phone etc.

NEXT button -->

Step2 the form will contain data to be inserted into tblcases along with ContactID from above.

INSERT / FINISH button -->

Can I join the 2 tables above to allow data to be inserted into both, if so would I be able to split 1 form that collects this data into 2 parts [Contact + Case Data]?

Is it possible to have the ContactID details auto inserted into form fields when a contact is selected from Dynamic menu?

Many thanks once more.

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