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Thread began 9/21/2009 1:46 pm by grenhornet389127 | Last modified 10/05/2009 6:56 pm by grenhornet389127 | 3843 views | 17 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The Idea is to concatenate the MakeID and YearID for matching using the MySQL CONCAT Function.

the recordset for the make dropdown list will need to be a joined query to pull the makes for the selected year:

SELECT Make.MakeID, Make.MakeName, BaseVehicle.YearID, CONCAT(BaseVehicle.MakeID, BaseVehicle.YearID) AS yearMake
INNER JOIN BaseVehicle
ON Make.MakeID = BaseVehicle.MakeID

in the Create Dynamic Array behavior:

Parent ID = YearID
Child ID = yearMake
Child Text = MakeName

And the recordset for the BaseVehicle Dropdown list will be:

SELECT *, CONCAT(MakeID, YearID) AS yearMake FROM BaseVehicle

and in the create Dynamic array:
Parent ID = yearMake
Child ID = BaseVehicleID
child Text = BaseVehicalName

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