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Insert/Update - which trigger to use?

Thread began 5/07/2012 10:03 am by Lon Winters | Last modified 5/07/2012 12:01 pm by Jason Byrnes | 462 views | 1 replies |

Lon WintersBeta Tester

Insert/Update - which trigger to use?

Typical page has one form, one main "Next" button which inserts or updates, and maybe a couple other buttons that perform an insert or update but redirect elsewhere.

The secondary buttons of course will be set to button presses. But the users typically will just press the Enter key when completed that form. Should I also set this trigger to button press, or form or page submit? the application uses a series of forms, so sometimes setting it to form submit triggers it from the previous page.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

when using multiple forms on the same page, you'll need to use the button pressed to trigger so that the behavior only triggers on that button

make sure to always use unique names for the submit buttons to prevent a button from another page triggering an insert or update.

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