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Insert single record server behaviour passing record ID to url variable

Thread began 5/09/2010 9:52 pm by lightwalkercreations361768 | Last modified 5/10/2010 10:27 am by Jason Byrnes | 1261 views | 1 replies |

lightwalkercreations361768Beta Tester

Insert single record server behaviour passing record ID to url variable

Dear WebAssist,

I am using data assist insert single record server behaviour to insert a new record and then to go to Audio2.php page when record has been inserted, where I am wanting to be able to view the content I have just added from the DB. Is there a way that I can use the ID created from the single record insert server behaviour as a url variable to pass to Audio2.php were I can display and update the information I inserted into the record.

I have searched the forum and found thread that are similar to what I am asking but I am afraid all the thing I try are not working, Mostly I think because I am not understanding the process properly. I have include the insert (Audio1.php) page as well as the Audio2.php page.

Thank you so much as always for all your help.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The id cannot be passed as a querystring, but the Insert Record behavior will store the ID in a session variable named "Help_HelpID". use the Help_HelpID Session variable on the Audio2.php

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