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by Jon Slack - 11 months ago (2020-05-20)
Most of the AJAX classes here take care of the form generation for you and I don't want that. I have my own forms (company template) that contain fields to be individually edited. I need a set of plug-in AJAX functions (GET RECORD, UPDATE RECORD, CREATE RECORD). I am looking for something that onchange=function() UPDATES the field for the current record, regardless of the fieldname or value and manages the record-retrieval for Next and Previous buttons.
Due to the COVID 19 pandemic I have been tasked with migrating Medical Researcher's Access databases to SQL and with Web Front Ends (so they can research from home and access their databases without using RDP). I can do PHP and MySQL - just struggling with AJAX.
3. by Jon Slack - 10 months ago (2020-05-23) Reply
Hello, and many thanks for your earlier response. I have had a chance to look it over and, whilst I could find it very useful, it requires the user to submit the form, and I need it to update when the data in the field changes.
The problem is this: I have a page with several tables, each filled with editable data. When data changes in one table, it has a 'knock on' effect on data in one, two or more of the other tables. I need all of the affected tables to update when the change occurs (user chooses a value, or enters one).
Is this even possible?
4. by Manuel Lemos - 10 months ago (2020-05-23) in reply to comment 3 by Jon Slack Comment
So you can do all you need with loadContent function.
Just let me know if you need help using that function.
5. by Jon Slack - 8 months ago (2020-07-22) in reply to comment 4 by Manuel Lemos Comment
Hello Manuel. Please accept my apologies for the delay. I have been redirected to another project until the middle of August. I'll be back on this after that concludes.
6. by Manuel Lemos - 8 months ago (2020-07-23) in reply to comment 5 by Jon Slack Comment
Sure. Take your time.
2. by Jon Slack - 10 months ago (2020-05-22) Reply
1. by Manuel Lemos - 10 months ago (2020-05-22) Reply
Would you like a solution that would handle AJAX request using PHP?
Here you can also have a live example of AJAX form submission with progress report of server site activities during form processing. Just click on the window to open in a separate link: