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Changing order of rows in a database

Thread began 8/08/2009 4:23 am by Carl | Last modified 1/30/2010 12:49 am by Carl | 3741 views | 14 replies



You are correct. The first part of sorting is pretty easy with JQuery UI. It took me a few minutes but I now have my repeating regions sortable. At first, I was confused how to add the list to my current repeating table then it clicked what you were saying. I just put the records table within the <li></li> tag and then selected the <li></li> tag and make it a repeating region. For some reason, at first I was repeating the whole <ul>. Then it dawned on me what I was doing. It's really cool for the front end user experience. But now I just need to figure out how to allow this sorting to be saved to the db table so that it stays in that order. Just wanted to update on my progress.


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