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Hi all, I have a form which updates values in a dB table, is it possible from the same form to also insert a value into a different table? I just want to log the form users ip address with $_server['REMOTE_ADDR']; and use that ip later to limit form submission
Here is my form code:

form method="post" name="form2" action="<?php echo $editFormAction; ?>">
<table align="center">
<tr valign="baseline">
<td nowrap align="right"><select name="broker_rating_two" onClick="DoSubmission2();">
<?php
do {
?>
<option value="<?php echo $row_valueset2['value']?>" <?php if (!(strcmp($row_valueset2['value'], $row_bprofile['broker_rating_two']))) {echo "SELECTED";} ?>><?php echo $row_valueset2['value']?></option>
<?php
} while ($row_valueset2 = mysql_fetch_assoc($valueset2));
?>
</select></td>
<td></td>
<tr>
</table>
<input type="hidden" name="id" value="<?php echo $row_bprofile['id']; ?>">
<input type="hidden" name="broker_num_votes_two" value="<?php echo $row_bprofile['broker_num_votes_two']; ?>">
<input type="hidden" name="MM_update" value="form2">
<input type="hidden" name="id" value="<?php echo $row_bprofile['id']; ?>">
</form>

HERE IS MY FORM ACTION CODE:

$editFormAction = $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'];
if (isset($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'])) {
$editFormAction .= "?" . htmlentities($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']);
}

if ((isset($_POST["MM_update"])) && ($_POST["MM_update"] == "form1")) {
$updateSQL = sprintf("UPDATE brokers SET broker_rating= broker_rating + %s, broker_num_votes=%s + 1 WHERE id=%s",
GetSQLValueString($_POST['broker_rating'], "int"),
GetSQLValueString($_POST['broker_num_votes'], "int"),
GetSQLValueString($_POST['id'], "int"));

mysql_select_db($database_broker, $broker);
$Result1 = mysql_query($updateSQL, $broker) or die(mysql_error());
}

APOLS FOR ALL THE CODE
Xtian

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Yes you can you just have to make another query to the database after your other query. I believe this is your query:[code] $updateSQL = sprintf("UPDATE brokers SET broker_rating= broker_rating + %s, broker_num_votes=%s + 1 WHERE id=%s",
GetSQLValueString($_POST['broker_rating'], "int"),
GetSQLValueString($_POST['broker_num_votes'], "int"),
GetSQLValueString($_POST['id'], "int"));

mysql_select_db($database_broker, $broker);
$Result1 = mysql_query($updateSQL, $broker) or die(mysql_error());[/code]After [i]GetSQLValueString($_POST['id'], "int"));[/i] do your secound query to log the users IP address.

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[!--quoteo(post=360445:date=Mar 31 2006, 02:03 PM:name=wildteen88)--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE(wildteen88 @ Mar 31 2006, 02:03 PM) [snapback]360445[/snapback][/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]
Yes you can you just have to make another query to the database after your other query. I believe this is your query:[code] $updateSQL = sprintf("UPDATE brokers SET broker_rating= broker_rating + %s, broker_num_votes=%s + 1 WHERE id=%s",
GetSQLValueString($_POST['broker_rating'], "int"),
GetSQLValueString($_POST['broker_num_votes'], "int"),
GetSQLValueString($_POST['id'], "int"));

mysql_select_db($database_broker, $broker);
$Result1 = mysql_query($updateSQL, $broker) or die(mysql_error());[/code]After [i]GetSQLValueString($_POST['id'], "int"));[/i] do your secound query to log the users IP address.
[/quote]

Thanks for the reply, that is a big help as I wasn't sure where to start my next query from, will give it a shot thanks again
xtian

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