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From Olivier Billard <obill...@jouve.fr>
Subject Re: woody: 1 form, multipe pages
Date Wed, 28 Jul 2004 09:23:27 GMT
Gunter D'Hondt wrote:
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> Have you tried using multiple binding definitions (and multiple Binding 
> instances)?
> You might also use 1 form and 1 binding but multiple form templates 
> (this might make it easier)

The disadvantage of using 1 binding is that you'll have to add and hide 
all fd:fields in every page you don't want to use them. Otherwise, they 
won't be in the binding and their values would be set to "null".

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Olivier Billard


> *"Matthias Pekny" <matthias.pekny@gmx.at>*
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> 28/07/2004 11:11
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> I could need some insights on the following problem:
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> I've got one xml file to store user data (one for each user). The user
> should be able to edit the data with forms (woody aka cforms). As the
> information is too complex for a single page I want to split the input
> process to several pages. The user should move from one page to the next and
> at the end the changes are saved in the xml file again. This seems to be
> easy, as long as I don't split the page, i.e. a single form for all, but
> does not work as expected (at least for me) when I try to use multiple forms
> and save (bind) all to one xml file.
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> As I cannot imagine that I'm the first one to try something like this, I
> would like to hear some experiences of people who've solved this.
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> Any pointers are welcome...
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