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Thread began 11/03/2011 12:20 pm by cherry8723424721 | Last modified 11/04/2011 1:57 am by cherry8723424721 | 692 views | 9 replies

cherry8723424721

Jason:

Attached please find two screenshots:

1) CherryOk is the "MemberHomePage" that displays part of the profile of the fictional member that just logged in. That's the page that links well to the index page.

2) CherryNotOk is the "TSearch" page that already contains the search code the DA Wizard placed there. As you can see, the profile and the picture (both fictional) displayed in the "TSearch" page are not the same as in the "MemberHomePage", even though I logged in using the same Username and Password as before (The "TSearch" page is always displaying the same "Cherry" profile. It's stuck there)

The Search code is working well.

The problem, I think, is either that the index page is not passing the variable that would make the TSearch page display the profile of the user that just logged in, or the "Tsearch" page no longer has the code to do that.

I hope I'm making sense.

Attached Files
CherryZip02.zip

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