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adding dynamic menu to a DFP upload form

Thread began 7/09/2010 12:23 pm by jeffmg279672 | Last modified 7/09/2010 2:17 pm by Eric Mittman | 598 views | 1 replies |


adding dynamic menu to a DFP upload form

My database has three tables, set up with foreign keys. I want to set up an upload form using DFP to upload to one of these tables (table b), which is straightforward enough - I've done a couple of these now and feel comfortable with this part of the process.
The slight complication is that I want the data from this form to be linked to another table (table a) and envisage having a drop-down menu pulling data from this table (a). The way I see to do this is to set up a recordset from (a) and then have the usual upload form to (b) - will this work, or am I way off the mark here?
The idea is that on the results page from (a) visitors will be able to see uploaded data from (b) at the bottom of the page where the rest of the data is contained.
Hope that makes sense.

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Eric Mittman

This sounds like it would work fine. There is no limitation to the number of recordsets, updates, inserts, and DFP uploads you can apply to the page.

You could insert into tables a and b at the same time with the same form on a single page by having more than one update or insert server behavior on the page. Just make sure that you do not set a redirect for the first one on the page, you should only set the redirect for the last update or insert on the page.

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