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Filter One Recordset with a Different Recordset

Thread began 10/16/2014 8:04 am by Mike Perry | Last modified 10/17/2014 4:40 pm by Mike Perry | 2037 views | 11 replies

Mike Perry

Filter One Recordset with a Different Recordset

Building a blog with PowerCMS.

I have added a search box that searches the contents table where the ContentRefID is Content; however in the Results Page I want to display the Blog Titles for that ContentRefID.

I have set up to separate recordsets (one for Titles and One for Content), and the Title and Content for a post share the same ContentPageSetRecord value. I need to pull from the Title recordset based on the ContentPageSetRecord value from the Content recordset.

How do I filter the Title recordset? The Content recordset is created first.



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