Yes that works , but it only focuses on my form not my template. How can i 
contain it as a form on my present template as I am doing with the LOAD 
function.

On Friday, August 4, 2017 at 5:15:17 PM UTC+1, Jim S wrote:
>
> Your db.py is fine.
>
> default.py should contain:
> def order():
>     response.view = 'default/order.html'
>     order = SQLFORM(db.order,
>                    submit_button='Buy!',
>                    buttons=['submit'],
>     formstyle='table3cols')
>     if order.process(keepvalues=True).accepted:
>         session.flash = 'Order submitted.'
>         redirect(URL('payment'))
>     elif order.errors:
>         session.flash = 'Error.'
>     else:
>         session.flash = 'Please enter a wallet address.'
>     return dict(order=order)
>
>
> order.html should be:
>
> {{extend 'layout.html'}}
> {{=order}}
>
>
> Tested on my system and works as expected.
>
> -Jim
>
>
> On Friday, August 4, 2017 at 10:51:30 AM UTC-5, Samuel Gosling wrote:
>>
>> I declared that that didn't work unfortunately,  if you read my text 
>> properly. Appreciate the suggestions nonetheless! 
>>
>> On Friday, August 4, 2017 at 3:52:56 PM UTC+1, Áureo Dias Neto wrote:
>>>
>>> Your 'form' is in the variable order, here:  order = 
>>> SQLFORM(db.order,...
>>>
>>> use {{=order}} in the view
>>>
>>

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