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Did you try to use cfgrid and cfgridupdate tags?
In your form, append something to the end of the field names to identify the record. Your fields would then have names like
abc1, abc2, abc3, def1, def2, def3, etc
When you process the page, you do something like this to get the values
<cfloop from = "1" to = "3" index = "ii">
or something like that.
Like said above, cfgrid is now set up to do these types of operations, have a look in the documentation, I think you'll like.
The problem with cfgrid is the fact it is a java applet.
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"furious70" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Like said above, cfgrid is now set up to do these types of operations,
> have a look in the documentation, I think you'll like.
looks like in the livedocs there's a bug a year old where it doesn't work with a flash form, but it's supposed to. Didn't dig around to see if that was fixed in 7.0.1
I needed to do this some time ago - here's a good tutorial http://tutorial214.easycfm.com/
The only thing I changed is that I used the FORM structure to read the values instead of EVALUATE - which is know to increase overhead like so -
<cfset new_value = #Form["old_valuer" & count]#>