While I have some experience with the regular version of DBMan, I am still quite new to the SQL version.
I am very impressed with what I have seen so far, so I know there's probably a simple answer to my question.
Basically, I am working on a large data table with over 100 fields. To keep things from getting too confusing to the user, I've broken up the various fields into related sections for the the "add" and "modify" forms.
I've managed to figure out how to link to the various data entry forms by accessing the templates using "f=" in the URL string.
But, I am a little puzzled as to how I should set up these add/modify forms so that users will be taken to unique a "modify_success" (or "add_success") page that is related only to the specific data entry form from which they just submitted the data.
Any assistance on this would be much appreciated.
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Michael Liimatta, Director of Education
Rescue College, Kansas City MO USA