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user input for asp.net C# Question.  multiple copies of user input information

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I have a question regarding creating an asp.net C# user input form that I am not sure how to even explain well enough to find in a search engine.  If someone can point me in the right direction, I would appreciate it.

I am creating an asp.net user input form connected to a sql server database.  The user uses the form to enter truck dispatch records.  The user is often given the exact same load information such as delivery location, commodity and origin etc.  Sometime as many as 15 loads with all the same information that needs to be delivered the same day.  I am looking for a way that the user can just enter the information once and then make copies so they don't have to enter everything multiple times.  Each copy would be a separate record so they can go back and enter the information that is different at a later time.  

I hope this makes sense.  

thank you.
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Kishan Zunjare earned 2000 total points
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One solution can be, you can provide provision to add multiple copies of same information. There will be one text box with only numeric values i.e. user will enter 15 and then in database or in code behind you can loop data entry code (insert statement) number of times user provided.

Hope this helps.
-Kishan
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