I have some what of a dilemma on my hands. I am creating
multiple forms in one document using Flash and need them to post
using ASP script. I have been researching this for the last six
days, and I have had NO luck. I have noticed that all the
information that I have found is for one form, not more than one.
What I have so far is the Flash document, with 4 forms. The
basic idea is that a user chooses from a drop down menu (the
combobox) a location, and depending on the location chosen, it
takes the user to another frame in the flash document. That form
(all their own movie clip) contains a name field, a department
field, and either a manager name a userID field or an employee
number as well as the basic buttons for submitting the form or
resetting the form.
So far what I have working is the drop down menu (combobox)
taking me to the proper frame and it shows the appropriate form.
The reset button clearing the form (deleting any information that I
have imputed into the input fields), but I have absolutely NO idea
how to get the submit button to work (I did manage to get it to
send me a message if there was nothing in one of the input fields),
and NO idea how to get the information to the ASP file.
Where there are 4 forms do each of them have to have their
own ASP file attached to them, or can I use one?
If anyone knows a site that deals with multiple forms in one
SWF and posts using ASP that would be greatly appreciated, or if
you know some actionscript that could be helpful.