There's actually a separate mailing list for Semantic Forms, although that one's getting very light traffic these days (no more bugs?) so I guess this list is fine.

In any case, it looks like you have only one question, and it's not that basic. :) Yes, you can store multiple rows of data in a single page, although you couldn't query that data through SMW, so it might not be worth it. And why would you want the form to only display one row?


On Mon, Dec 8, 2008 at 11:28 AM, Jonathan D. Greene <jonathan.greene@harris.com> wrote:
Just getting started with SF.

Based in the excellent instructions in:

I was able to create a form with a few fields and add data.


For the application I am trying to develop I would like to
create a table in which individual rows can be edited.


* I see how I can query several pages to create a composite
table. Each row represents a single page's information.
However, is there anyway to store this data (multiple rows
of data) on a single page and continue to have the form
interact with only a single row?

Thank You.

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