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DA Wizard glitch

Thread began 6/17/2010 12:58 pm by rick178787 | Last modified 6/18/2010 6:14 pm by Jimmy Wu | 686 views | 2 replies |

rick178787

DA Wizard glitch

I've repeated this three times.

Using the DA Wizard on the Insert config page I delete (trash can) the table ID number because you don't need it or want it on an Insert page as it could cause problems, yet DA Wiz will put it on the page anyway.

I deleted out the text box in the actual PHP code and it works just fine.

OS X
DW CS 5
PHP 5
MySql 5
DA 207

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Eric Mittman

Thanks for reporting on this issue you are experiencing. I have opened a ticket for you so it can be looked into further. To check the status of your ticket or update it login and visit your support history.

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Jimmy Wu

I've done some testing on this and it appears that the fields in the insert section are linked to the ones in the update section. If you remove the id field in the update section, the one in the insert section is also removed.

Also, if you uncheck the Update page on the initial wizard screen, the edits on the insert section will be in effect.

So if you don't want to allow the user to update the id, then you should make the change on the update section.

If you want to have id not in the insert, but in the update, then you would want to generate the pages for everything except update and then run through the wizard again to generate the update page the second time around.

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