Mike Tuller wrote:
> The hardwareID is created in MySql when the information entered for the hardware is 
>submitted, which hasn't been done yet.

You don't need it immediately. Just have a progressive key (like 
1,2,3,4...) stored in a hidden field along with the new info you are 
getting. Once you'll process the final result you will substitute it 
with the values assigned by your DB engine. Sort of "temporary primary 
key", if you want :)



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