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Posted: 10/22/2008, 1:35 PM


I have had some success, but not the answer I need yet.

I'm trying to validate two values in a database before a value is allowed to submit to the database. I have an employee entry form. I need to make sure that an emplyee's last name and first name is not in the database.

For example:


This is what I have so far any ideas...

When I deliberatly enter a name that I know that exist in the database like "Bob Jones", an error explains that "Bob Jones" exist in the database.

However, if I enter "Bob" and attempt to submit, then explains that "Bob" exists in the database


if I enter "Jones" and attempt to submit, then explains that "Jones" exists in the database

B.S. of Computer Science
Class of 2005
Norfolk State University
Norfolk, VA
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