> This is exactly what sessions are for -- saving data
> between pages. What's
> the problem with them? I've found them to be very
> natural and easy to use.
> Also, check out FormKit and/or FunFormKit for help
> with the forms.
> - Geoff
Here is why sessions might be a problem. Lets say that
I have page A, page B and page C (all input pages). B
and C are input a new item or choose an existing item.
Page A needs input from page B to be submitted and
page B may need input from A to be submitted but
definatly needs input from page C. Page C may or may
not need input from page A. So if the user goes to
page A and enters some information and then goes to
page B he might go to A to enter new information which
will wipe out the old information for A in the
session. (This database is linked up all over the
place). So the only solution I had for awhile besides
windows...obviosly not a clean solution.
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