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Having trouble figuring what order to indert record AND update database

Thread began 10/22/2015 11:11 am by russell298997 | Last modified 11/04/2015 12:25 pm by Ray Borduin | 624 views | 2 replies |


Having trouble figuring what order to indert record AND update database

Been here before i think but still does my head in! i have a form on page clubenquiry.php. when user fills in, i want it to go to return page (clubenquiry2.php) which will carry form content,confirm their input details and thank them.
in the process i want to
a) insert record into enquiry database
b) trigger email to me that there has been enquiry (with form content too)

currently i seem to be stuck with either inserting the record fine (but not posting form content to page 2), or posting content to page 2 but bypassing the INSERT RECORD function.

What is the correct order to do this with the Databridge tools?

THanks for your help as ever guys. You are awesome.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The easiest way to do it would be to update the form action to post directly to the clubenquery2.php page and then apply both the insert and email server behaviors on that page.

I think that just means copying the insert code you have onto the other page after updating the action and removing the redirect on the insert server behavior.

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thanks as ever Ray. Much appreciated

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