With a lack of information here I'll answer based fully on assumption based on 

 In your form the action should go to a dtml method.

<form action="optional_path_to/some_method" ...>

The dtml method should have a call to your Z SQL Method

<dtml-call my_sql_method>

And then you can add anything in the dtml method which will be viewed as the 
response page to the user that submitted the form.  You can also do some 
validation here if needed, with conditional statements.   I usually add a 
redirect under the dtml-call to go to a different response page to the user 
because if the user reloads the page with the dtml-call it will send the data 
to the database again unless there is a conflict like unique fields etc..


Are you using ZPT?


On Friday 26 May 2006 08:54, Martin Koekenberg wrote:
> Hello,
> Who has experience with Z SQL Method.
> I Created a from to enten some data into MySQL server. I used Z SQL Method
> to write the dat into the databse. Everytime I submit the form I get a
> screen with the field in my Z SQL Method component.
> How can I write the dat from a form into my database at once by using Z SQL
> Method ?
> I tested the database connetion, that is working.
> Regards,
> Martin Koekenberg

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