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Thread began 9/21/2009 1:46 pm by grenhornet389127 | Last modified 10/05/2009 6:56 pm by grenhornet389127 | 3553 views | 17 replies


Automotive Example

The documentation refers to an automotive example. I am in fact working on a real world automotive menu and need some advice.

This will ultimately be a part search by year, make, and finally model. For now, I have three tables populated with data. They are as follows:

wich contains one column, YearID. The YearID is actually the year (ie, 1996, 1999, etc.)

Table two is BaseVehicle. The columns in it are:

Table three is Make. It contains:

What I need to be able to do is select the year from the YearID table / list and then filter the results in the Make list, so that the user can continue to narrow their criteria. Where this becomes confusing to me is how exactly to configure the drop downs knowing that the second, "BaseVehicleID" contains the relational keys between the other two tables.

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