What’s up w/ child pages holding the same info as the last visit? <BR><BR>Below is a pseudo-code of the parent / child page relationship that is causing a few minor issues.<BR><BR>Parent page: Reads in a record set of the table to be displayed and writes the table in a loop type of format. Then the parent page sends information to the child page by passing the table id in the URL.<BR><BR>Child page: Uses the table ID to pull in the record set for that line of code. Then the user can change the code from this web page. When the user submits the data, the page adds the data to the table and refreshes the parent page.<BR><BR>Parent page: When the parent page is refreshed the updated data is displayed. <BR><BR>Now, the problem is if the SAME line is clicked (with the same table id#) the child page displays the information from the first pull. <BR><BR>I’m thinking that the record set is not closed correctly or somehow the HTML form still remembers the 1st pull and needs to be cleared somehow.<BR><BR>The record set is closed by the following code:<BR>Set rs = nothing <BR>rs = ""<BR><BR>If use rs.close instead, an error occurs saying the rs is already closed. <BR><BR>One solution is for the user to start another web page and everything works fine. Until, the user wants to change the same line of data twice. <BR><BR>Does anyone have any suggestions for this issue?