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Alphabetizing our member database

Thread began 8/06/2014 4:10 pm by gail.bergan407744 | Last modified 8/08/2014 3:47 pm by gail.bergan407744 | 1670 views | 23 replies

gail.bergan407744

Well...the text editor let me delete the lines, but apparently some of them had something to do with my template. The display of the page in Design view is all off. (However it is correct in a browser).

But the more egregious problem is that the alphabetization is not working. It simply dumps our entire membership into the page; they are alphabetized to a point (when I originally set up the database) but then members added thereafter are all in a jumble. When I try to click on any of the A, B, C, ... links, I get No Records Found. Clearly this is not sorting correctly. See attached.

One thing I just noticed: when we made changes to the WHERE clause, DW created a whole new recordset called Recordset1. It still has those changes in my original listUser_i recordset, but now I have this additional one. Is this a problem?

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list_users.php

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