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Easiest way to add a field to an existing Security Assist page

Thread began 9/24/2021 8:06 am by Rob | Last modified 9/24/2021 9:09 am by Ray Borduin | 43 views | 1 replies |


Easiest way to add a field to an existing Security Assist page

I'd like to start by saying how happy I am with the Data Bridge package and the support I have received here. Thank you to Ray for making a great product and doing such a great job of supporting it. There is no way I could have built my new website without these tools!

I have another quick question, though:

When I first set up my Security Assist pages, I left out some of the user fields on the user update page because I did not think I wanted them to be changeable. I have now changed my mind on that, but I don't want to recreate all of the Security Assist pages because I have already styled and customized them. I just need to add a field to that one user update page. What is the easiest way of doing that?


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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'd probably just copy/paste one of the existing rows and change the form element names and column references in the html/php.

Then open the Update Database Server Behavior by double clicking on it from the server behaviors panel and bind the columns to the newly created form elements.

That should do it... and I agree it would not be worth re-entering the wizard.

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