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Thread began 10/29/2009 9:59 am by John Langer | Last modified 10/30/2009 3:38 pm by John Langer | 1392 views | 4 replies

John LangerBeta Tester

Hi Eric,

The search works fine, no problems at all. The drop downs for the search were all created with DA and all worked straight out of the box so to speak.

The aim of this area of my site is to allow people to upload files into folders and then for others to see those files and download them. This is all based on a security assist user level criteria. So level one can only upload to level one folder and only see level ones sub folders. Level two can see both level one and two, level three can see three, two and one, and so on.

In the insert page I created the dynamic drop downs so that if logged in as level one the sub folders displayed in the child drop down only showed those sub folders associated with level one. If level two is logged in they can chose from the parent drop down either the level one or two parent folder and then that displays the appropriate set of sub folders in the child drop down.

Now the results page I have set up so that the displayed results show according to the user level of log in. In the search area I have the parent drop down only displaying the parent folders appropriate to the login. I apply dynamic drop down to the parent list and then the behaviour to the child list. When run the second (child list) doesn't display anything.

My question was is this because it's a search form. Should I be doing something different because of this. The child list behaviour (populate list from array) shows the "S_" prefix to the source list and target list fields.

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