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How do i keep my form variables.

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Hi

I have a form and and action page.  In the action page,

1.  i have a query to check if the record exist - this works well
2.  I have another query that if it doesn't exist, insert it - this works well too.

So the pages in this process are:

>>Form page
>>ActionPage1 (also includes a little form that has CANCEL and ADD ANYWAY Buttons)
>>ActionPage2 (to process the ADD ANYWAY)

Now, I also have another button that says "ADD ANYWAY".  I created another Action Page (which is now ActionPage2  to process the "Add ANYway"  but I lost the Form variables already because I came from an action page.  How do i keep my form variables from "Form Page" to the "ActionPage2"

Thanks

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This you could solve with HTML form hidden fields. In the CFM file where asked to Add-anyway.... there you write as hidden fields the values from the previous form. Something like this:

<form action="ActionPage2.cfm" method="post" name="addanyway">
  <cfoutput>
     <input type=hidden name="name" value="#form.name#">
     <input type=hidden name="city" value="#form.city#">
<p>Are you sure you want to insert #form.name# ?</p>
</output>
<input type="submit" name="Submit" value="Update">
</form>


This way the values name and city are pasted to script/file "ActionPage2.cfm"

Is this what you meant?
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by:anandkp
anandkp earned 250 total points
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Well looks like u want to carry ur form variables from "Form Page" to "ActionPage1" to "ActionPage2" - RIGHT ?

U cld use Hiddenfields - as mentioned above - or u cld set them up in session/cookies - so u dont need to submit them again & bother abt it .... its upto u to decide how u wanna set it up. [having them in sessions/cookies - avoids the over heads of submitting again + maintaining it with care incase u go back & forth with the forms ...]

K'Rgds
Anand
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by:mdbbound
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Thanks to both of you.  I tried to read something about hidden fields and I'm just beginning to realized the power of hidden fields.

Thanks again

Anandkp, thanks for being there always ready to support new struggling developers like me.
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