my site is designed for two different user groups. 1)Contractors 2)Operators
A contractor will enter their employees into a form which uploads the data into a table in a backend Access db. (working great)
An operator can then see the employees that the contractors have entered into the system. I need to build a form to add extra information to the same employee record entered by the contractor.
When an operator opens page “[url removed, login to view]? they can see a report with about 40 fields entered by the contractor earlier. I want to add a button to the bottom that says “Supervisor Checkoff?? which will open page “[url removed, login to view]? this page will have a new blank form with about 10-15 more fields that will need to be appended to the same record. Basically a supervisor from the operator has to sign off on the contractor employee entered.
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I will build the page, but I will need someone to do the db connection. You will need to code the ASP page to make the connection between the two pages, create the new form for my user to enter the extra 10-15 fields and the feature to upload the data. Also I need the data to append not override.
Example: RecordID “159?? is for “steve smith?? with contractor “ABC Welding??
Operator “McDonalds?? logs in and looks at this record. If it looks good a supervisor will click the link, fill in the new form and the extra fields will be added to the database with record 159. If a second or even third supervisor looks at the same record and fills in the form it will continue to append the data to the same fields.
One field is [SupName]. So it would look like “Steve Wilson, Todd Anderson.?? The two entries would be on the same row even thou the two different supervisors filled out the supervisor form on different days. It needs to keep all of the data even if 3 or 4 different supervisors fill it out.
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