I am trying to update a MySQL database with a Coldfusion Form which has brought in the information from another form. The Form action for the update form is as follows:
<form action="update_sup.cfm?GID=#qsupname.SupplierCode#" method="post">
This bit seems to work in so far as it generates a URL that includes the Supplier Code:
But the SQL query doesn't actually update:
CFUPDATE (Datasource=kw5336, Time=0ms, Records=0) in /website/update_sup.cfm @ 22:27:00.000
update Suppliers set SupplierName=?,SalesRepName=?,SalesRepPhone=?,Address1=?,Address2=?,Notes=? where SupplierCode=?
The Form Fields in the Debug show the changes:
SUPADDR1=Unit 55 Portland Drive
What have I missed??
Look at the parameters passed to your database. It's possible that you are only using the part of the GID up to the first hyphen. If so, you can urlencode the variable or send it as a hidden form field instead. I'd do the latter myself because I don't like having both url and form variables to deal with.
Are you sure it's not updating? I don't see any evidence of that from the example you posted. I don't think it shows a value for records updated in the debug output when you run an update.
Dave Watts, CTO, Fig Leaf Software
I don't think it shows a value for records updated in the debug output when you run an update.
I believe CF9 does display the number of records updated. At least with a "regular" update. But I agree that is not a very robust test.
Can I just say a big THANK YOU to all you lovely people who responded so quickly. It turned out to be a typo but the responses have helped me with other ideas so that was really wonderful.
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