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two tables - one update

Thread began 12/30/2010 9:10 pm by davidp420108 | Last modified 1/03/2011 9:37 am by Jason Byrnes | 815 views | 1 replies |


two tables - one update

Please correct my method if there is a better way.

I would like to keep my INV_TBL and INV_PHOTO_TBL separate and have built the two tables with a one to many join.

Photo table has up to 10 images joined by INV_ID.

On the update page, I would like to update the details of the inventory (description and such) as well as an upload file field to insert new images (to the second table)

Do I have two update records with two recordsets?

Do I make the recordset combine the two tables and use one update record?

Please advise.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

You would use two update record server behaviors and two recordsets. Make sure that the first update record behavior does not redirect to another page. only redirect in the second update record behavior.

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