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Showing Multiple Categories At Once

Thread began 10/29/2009 5:34 pm by larsentim278054 | Last modified 11/13/2009 5:24 pm by larsentim278054 | 4248 views | 30 replies

Eric Mittman

This is part of the problem when you are trying to customize parts of the solutions, they have been created for a very specific purpose and modifying them can be challenging. This recordset on the results page is probably one of the trickiest that I have seen, there is quite a bit going on here.

I think that a good place for you to try and filter the values from this recordset would be at this line:

FROM products LEFT OUTER JOIN productcategories ON ProductCategoryID = CategoryID WHERE

After this 'where' you might want to try adding in your filtering for the categories. This is a very custom use of the recordset and may require you to do a bit of testing and experimenting to get it rite.

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