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Dynamic Data for Menu

Thread began 3/27/2010 4:25 am by anonymous | Last modified 5/17/2010 9:41 am by anonymous | 2481 views | 9 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

to create dynamic dependent drop down list that you are describing, you will need to use our Dynamic Dropdowns extension.

your data base should have a make table, and a model table using a foreign key in the model table to relate them:

makeID - Primary Key
makeName - text

modelID - Primary Key
modelMakeID - Foreign Key relation to make.makeID
makeName - text

example data:
makeID | makeName
1 | Ford
2 | Honda

modelID | modelMakeID | makeName
1 | 1 | Mondeo
2 | 1 | Kuga
3 | 3 | Civic

the recordset for the first list will return all columns from the make table:
select * from make

in the list, use the makeID for the value, and the makeName for the label

the recordset for the Dynamic array behavior, will return the three columns from the model table.

In the Dynamic array, set the parent ID to the modelMakeID column, use the modelID for the child ID and the makeName column for the Child lable.

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