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After updating, the page loads with the old information, even though I see in the db that it's changed. How to force reload?

Thread began 4/29/2017 7:18 pm by dionysus224892 | Last modified 5/08/2017 1:03 pm by Ray Borduin | 90 views | 6 replies |

dionysus224892

After updating, the page loads with the old information, even though I see in the db that it's changed. How to force reload?

I've tried with $UpdateGoTo = ""; as well as $UpdateGoTo = "ipsformmod.php";

I've also tried form action being empty AND with the name fo the file "ipsformmod.php".

Is there somewhere else that I need to enter in some info?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Setting the UpdateGoTo should work. Can I see a copy of the page?

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dionysus224892

When I put that in, the POST info that loads the correct member's page doesn't load, so the page is missing all relevant info from the db.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Can I get a copy of the actual page. I'm assuming you have a recordset you are using to get the values that were saved and then that recordset is used to populate the form fields. That must be done wrong. The issue isn't in your update database code, since you have already stated that part works. The issue is in the recordset and code setting the values in the form to match.

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dionysus224892

Sure.. here is the file. Thanks for the quick reply.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You are filtering your recordset with a form variable, so redirecting isn't an option.

But your recordset code is above your update code, so that is why it doesn't have the changes. The correct solution is probably to remove the redirect and just manually move your recordset code below the update code.

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dionysus224892

That was the correct solution. Thanks very much!

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