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multi seperate dropdowns in one form

Thread began 3/16/2011 3:23 pm by Darren | Last modified 3/16/2011 4:34 pm by Darren | 1222 views | 4 replies |

Darren

multi seperate dropdowns in one form

setting up dropdown from A to B is fine but I also want another option on the form to have a seperate dropdown C to D. every time I set the second dropdown wizard it overwrites the first one.?

PHP Form
bike make - Trek (dropdown A)
bike model - carbon (dropdown B)

location - uk (dropdown C)
city - london (dropdown D)



any suggestions ?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you should have a separate recordset for each populate list from array behavior you apply to the page.

I have not had a problem in the past adding mutliple Populate list from array behaviors as long as there is a separate recordset for each one.

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Darren

good news its possible, I wasn't sure - every time I run the wizard it shows the current setup so if I change this it overwrites it. maybe it depends what is selected at the time. tried with form selected, with new field selected..?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

are you editing the current one, or adding a new one, it sounds like you are editing instead of adding a new one.


to add a new populate list from array behavior go to insert -> WebAssist -> Dynamic DropDowns -> Create dynamic Array

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Darren

this is what I am doing creating a new one which is showing the current setup. I'll create a blank and post it

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