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How To Link Image To Detail Page

Thread began 2/18/2010 8:53 pm by online.order393818 | Last modified 12/12/2011 7:42 pm by online.order393818 | 2356 views | 16 replies

online.order393818

How To Link Image To Detail Page

Jason,

I didn't mention it in the previous thread, but I had already tried that configuration. I wrote down ever combination I attempted!

When I set the recordset filter for:

Name: rsItems
Connection: connProd
Tables: Items
Columns: All
Filter: ItemID =
URL Parameter ID
Sort: ItemID Ascending

select the test option and enter the number 1 in the field. It returns 'No Data', and I know that is not correct because there are (19) records in the recordset...

Using this configuration combination which is apparently wrong:

Name: rsItems
Connection: connProd
Tables: Items
Columns: All
Filter: ItemCatID =
URL Parameter ItemCatID
Sort: ItemID Ascending

or this,

Name: rsItems
Connection: connProd
Tables: Items
Columns: All
Filter: ItemCatID =
URL Parameter ID
Sort: ItemID Ascending


It list all the data in the recordset!


Other Informaton:

Database Structure

Record | ItemID | ItemCatId
1 1 1
2 2 1
3 3 1
4 4 1
5 5 1
6 6 1
7 7 1
8 8 1

Does this appear to be the correct? Seemingly the way the filtering is acting as if the ItemID column and the ItemCatID column have swapped functions when it comes to filtering!


I'm Confused, I research this problem extensively before coming to the forum simply because I couldn't find any other documentation to help me resolve the issue...

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