|Didn't work...but solved.|
Sent by FoxWeb Support Team on 11/02/2001 07:52:49 PM:
How about FormField(M.xv)? This should work as long as M.xv is populated with the name of one of your form fields. By the way, you don't have to know the names of FormFields. You can retrieve all submitted values by using the Request.FormArray method.
FoxWeb Support Team
Sent by Roger Stanley on 11/02/2001 11:22:42 AM:
I have a loop that creates inputs based on a record number (recno())
<input type="text" name='+M.xv+')
Looking at the source on the screen the name is fine (r1, r2, etc.)
When I try to get the value using FormField I get blanks...
I've tried =FormField('&M.xv'), =FormField('M.xv')... M.xv shows as the proper
what can I try next?