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Zend 1.12 multiple action buttons on form

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Hi everyone.
I use a Jquery derived component named floatbox to enter data via Zend forms.  The form has one submit button that inserts or updates data after entering or editing data from a table.
Suppose that I want to have different actions with different submit buttons (or some surrogate of it). Example a button to submit and write data in the DB a second one that updates the DB and opens another floatbox of a different table in order to enter data for the next table of a integrated data entering process.
Best regards
LC
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Is the question, "Can I have more than one submit button?"  If so, the answer is "Yes, of course!"  A submit button is just another HTML form input control.  You can have as many of them as you want inside a form -- whatever makes sense for your application.

In this article, look for "The client gets a chance to confirm any deletions" to see how multiple submit buttons are used.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web_Development/Web_Languages-Standards/PHP/A_12335-PHP-and-MySQLi-Table-Maintenance.html
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Yes of course. i will read your article. Thank you very much.
Kind regards
LC
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