• Subject: Subfile on web page.
  • From: "Bartell, Aaron L. (TC)" <ALBartell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2001 16:34:22 -0600

I know that the web doesn't offer much in the way of subfiles, but how
should I go about the process of allowing multiple entries in a table like
format without having to name each field uniquely?

Example:

Item   Qty    Price
<fld>  <fld>  <fld>
<fld>  <fld>  <fld>
<fld>  <fld>  <fld>
...
But I obviously can't have fields with the same name in the form because how
would I read them in then?  Or can I have a subfile like field that I can
read into my CGI pgm(RPG) like I would with multiple selections in a
dropdown list?  I want to stay away from having a predefined number of
"subfile" records displayed if possible.

Has anyone solved this problem one way or another?

Aaron Bartell

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