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Posted on 2003-10-30
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I am using 1 radio button to get 3 values by splitting the values so I get the Product name, reference and the amount, like the code below:

<% Dim arrProduct
   arrProduct = Split (Request.Form ("radio1") , ",") %>
                                          Product amount : <%= arrProduct (0) %> <br>
Product item : <%= arrProduct (1) %> <br>
Reference : <%= arrProduct (2) %>

How can I replace the variable names to match my database fields?
The array corresponding to the database field is as follows:

<%= arrProduct (0) to amount
<%= arrProduct (1) to item
<%= arrProduct (2) to reference

My SQL statement is:

SQLstr      = "INSERT INTO epayment(amount, item, reference, name, designation, regNo, email, company, address, telephone, Date, fax) VALUES('" & _
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by:DelTreme
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Try something like this:

Dim arrRecName(100)
Dim arrRecValue(100)

For i = 0 to recSet.Field.Count - 1
  arrRecName(i) = recSet.Fields(i).Name
  arrRecValue(i) = recSet(i)

  %><%=arrRecName(i)%> = <%=arrRecValue(i)%><br><%

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by:DelTreme
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If that doesn't satisfy you: There's no way to convert items from a database to a variable name.
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VincentPuglia earned 30 total points
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+Hi Zamorin,

I'm not certain what you mean, nor am I an asper, but if your Split creates an array (3 times longer than number of records)  and you wish to place that array within a javascript array, the following should work:

<SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript">
<!--
var arrProduct = new Array();
var items = references = products = new Array();
var arrProduct = <% =Split(Request.Form("radio1"),",") %>
for ( var i = 0; i < arrProduct.length; i++)
   items[i] = arrProduct[i++];
  references[i] = arrProduct[i++];
  products[i] = arrProducts[i++];
// -->
</SCRIPT>

Vinny
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