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Sql queries

Thread began 12/05/2011 6:44 am by Pardall1955 | Last modified 12/09/2011 2:57 pm by Pardall1955 | 1955 views | 7 replies

Ian S

Using the dreamweaver recordset you should be able to pull that information back very easily.

Create a new recordset. Click Advanced

Then enter your query and enter the parameter as something like colname (the dreamweaver standard)

SELECT *
FROM table1 LEFT JOIN table2 ON table1.iID=table2.pID
WHERE pID = colname

Then create a new parameter by clicking the plus icon.

Give it a name. The name needs to match the parameter in the query so call it colname. Select the type of data. i.e Date, Text, Integer. Set a default value of -1 and then set a run time value. This can be a session variable or value from a previous recordset on the page.

And thats it!

Cheers
Ian

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