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confused about posting & execute permissions

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so i am using Dreamweaver; and I need to be able to have multiple pages post
to a page called page6_1.asp

from there; i give people the ability to either '1 - save definition as new
report'; '2 - overwrite existing report definition'; or '3 - new draft for
existing report'

I have these 3 functions written as seperate pages.. Because Dreamweaver
starts getting confused when you put too much on one page.

So i basically want to pass data between multiple paes and page6_1.asp; and
then if someone clicks option 1; i want to be send them to page6_2.asp; if
someone clikcs option 2; send them to page6_3.asp; and if someone clikcs
option 3 then send them to page 6_4.asp

Basicaly; I can't get this data to post between multiple pages; and i had to
drop the Execute Pemrissions from Medium to Low-- because Medium wasn't
workig for me at all.

Does this mean that i can't use session variables to do this?

I've had the hardest time getting it to work.

Jul 22 '05 #1
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Store the data in a temporary database record and pull/append/ammend/delete
as necessary

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Regards

Steven Burn
Ur I.T. Mate Group
www.it-mate.co.uk

Keeping it FREE!
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so i am using Dreamweaver; and I need to be able to have multiple pages post to a page called page6_1.asp

from there; i give people the ability to either '1 - save definition as new report'; '2 - overwrite existing report definition'; or '3 - new draft for
existing report'

I have these 3 functions written as seperate pages.. Because Dreamweaver
starts getting confused when you put too much on one page.

So i basically want to pass data between multiple paes and page6_1.asp; and then if someone clicks option 1; i want to be send them to page6_2.asp; if
someone clikcs option 2; send them to page6_3.asp; and if someone clikcs
option 3 then send them to page 6_4.asp

Basicaly; I can't get this data to post between multiple pages; and i had to drop the Execute Pemrissions from Medium to Low-- because Medium wasn't
workig for me at all.

Does this mean that i can't use session variables to do this?

I've had the hardest time getting it to work.

Jul 22 '05 #2

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yeah, what I did was this:

1). change my single form on page2 to 3 seperate forms with 3 seperate
submit actions
2). duplicate this field on each of the 3 forms

it works like a charm... obviously a touch inefficient-- but it still
handles like a charm.. i would rather chew on broken bottles than try to
write it to the database twice.

-aaron
"Steven Burn" <pv*@noyb.com> wrote in message
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Store the data in a temporary database record and pull/append/ammend/delete as necessary

--

Regards

Steven Burn
Ur I.T. Mate Group
www.it-mate.co.uk

Keeping it FREE!
<aa*********@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:#S**************@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
so i am using Dreamweaver; and I need to be able to have multiple pages post
to a page called page6_1.asp

from there; i give people the ability to either '1 - save definition as

new
report'; '2 - overwrite existing report definition'; or '3 - new draft for existing report'

I have these 3 functions written as seperate pages.. Because Dreamweaver starts getting confused when you put too much on one page.

So i basically want to pass data between multiple paes and page6_1.asp;

and
then if someone clicks option 1; i want to be send them to page6_2.asp; if someone clikcs option 2; send them to page6_3.asp; and if someone clikcs
option 3 then send them to page 6_4.asp

Basicaly; I can't get this data to post between multiple pages; and i

had to
drop the Execute Pemrissions from Medium to Low-- because Medium wasn't
workig for me at all.

Does this mean that i can't use session variables to do this?

I've had the hardest time getting it to work.


Jul 22 '05 #3

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