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Double entries when inserting a new records...

Hi Guys,

I have problem with inserting new records.  The problem is weird I must say.  Sometimes I get a double entries, sometimes I dont.  This is making me crazy as I never know when its gonna come out double again.

First of all, I checked on my code, its not running twice (most of friend told me this!).  

Secondly, I tried to query my table before inserting a new record, if found a same record (with the same batch of data), then delete it (not working too!!)

Thirdly, I put a <cflock> in all my insert statements, and it doesnt seems to work too.

So my question is, can anyone tell me what's going on here and how can I solve this as it comes and go, comes and go, unpredictable!

Thanks!
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magicwizard
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magicwizard
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dash420Commented:
There is one chance that u may click save button twice. That why may two same record got inserted. u can do one check before insert into table. just check already the record exist. means selects the count(1) form table where all the matching fields i.e. all form value.
 
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anandkpCommented:
HI there,

u can also chk for the following :

u may have input type submit - right ???
now just chk if u have a onclick / onsubmit function being called for this image.

& if u r having some javascript validations for that page ... then chk at the end if u have written ...
frm.submit()

if this has happend - the form gets submitted twice -
once thru input type submit & 
secondly thru javascript frm.submit()

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if what ive written above is not there - then pls chk what dash420 has written ...

else revert back with ur comments

K'Rgds
Anand
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YogCommented:
are you using cftransaction at all ?
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magicwizardAuthor Commented:
I found the problem was with the javascript.  But it still appear to be weird to me as I usually does submission using the javascript notation docuemnt.formName.submit() and it doesn't give me my current problem.

Anyway, I will accept this as the answer as it does solve my problem for the time being.

Thanks guys!!
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