It is being confused.
Mike FrontPage MVP '97 - '02
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The form is simply a place where people put in the information. Writing it
to a database is done with code. So there isn't much you can do with the
form to make this happen.
Why are two records being put into the same table from the same form? Are
they able to enter in multiple choices? (I like to figure what's going on
especially when it is something that is out of the ordinary)
You can use a batch insert I believe or I might be confusing it with SQL
> I'm trying to create a form in FP 2002 that when submitted, two sets
> of selected data from the form will create two seperate records in the
> same DB table.
> I've tried multiple forms on one page. I've tried passing values from
> one form to two seperate pages. I've tried multiple things and none
> of them seem to work.
> Any help would be appreciated!
> Thank you,