> So all I need to do is to just keep updating the XML binded to the dataisland. And after the user is > satisfied with what it has answered, then the XML binded to the dataisland will be submitted to the > server. (But then again, it also means I need to write some script that will update the dataisland XML > with the new answers on the page with each tab click.) I take it you are aware that, if this will even work, it is a browser specific solution and will not work with all browsers? If you are comfortable with that then I'll leave it to someone else to determine if that can be done. If you're not, I'll suggest another approach that is not browser specific: Have each page submit to the server as it is completed. Store the results in a temporary table (or two) in a database on the server side. When all results are in, then collate all the results into the final form (again on the server side) and at that point post the results onto whoever was expecting the completed questionnaire. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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