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Insert data from multiple checkboxes

Thread began 3/30/2011 9:18 am by scr298498 | Last modified 4/01/2011 6:13 am by scr298498 | 1037 views | 3 replies |

scr298498

Insert data from multiple checkboxes

Hey,

I am trying to insert the data from multiple checkboxes into one field in my database.

I am adding the checkboxes to the form dynamically like this:

<?php do { ?>
<input type="checkbox" name="file_tags[]" id="file_tags" value="<?php echo $row_tags['tag']; ?>" />
<?php echo $row_tags['tag'] ?><br />
<?php } while ($row_tags = mysql_fetch_assoc($tags)); ?>

I know that to group checkboxes they need to be named like - name="file_tags[]" - to create an array, but I am not sure what code to add to the WA Application Builder Insert section to get the data to be inserted into the DB.

Thanks so much for your time!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the insert record behavior, use the following as the value for the file_tags column:

php:
<?php echo((isset($_POST["file_tags"]))?implode(", ",$_POST["file_tags"]):""?>
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scr298498

Thanks Jason.

When I paste that into the Wizard and click finish it crashes DA with the message 'while executing onClick in WAAB_Insert_SB.htm' etc...

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scr298498

No worries. I replaced it in the code. I see the .dat file fix link above so I'll check that out in terms of the crash.

Thanks!

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