Thanks for responding. I understand what is required. The problem is, if I use the DA wizard to create the pages, and check the "pass original querystring" box, the DA generated pages do not contain links that preserve the query string.
If I enter the DA pages with idlocation=1&idstyle=3, the DA pages should preserve that query string in the links. In ADDT, I did have to add this kind of information to a just couple of links, but everything was on 2 pages (list and detail).
When I tried to do the same with DA, there were a lot more adjustments that seemed to be necessary. It just seemed to take too long and I wasn't sure I was covering all the bases. I'm losing the benefit of using the extension.
Currently, I am adjusting the SQL and using SESSION values to manage the persistence. I gather there is no better recommendation.
It would be great if the wizard could:
- Generate it set based on a recordset as well as a table, and
- preserve the querystring that exists when the user enters the DA pages throughout the links in the pages.
P.S. I know there are a number of ways to "enter the DA pages" so what I mean is that DA, I believe, only uses id=X, so it needs to add and drop that, but preserve the rest.