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Plug in from SQL List

Thread began 8/07/2010 1:07 pm by codamedia | Last modified 8/09/2010 3:48 pm by codamedia | 884 views | 3 replies


Plug in from SQL List

It's great to see this product hitting the shelf. It's one of my primary requests (along with a few other folks) from Web Assist.

ADDT Includes had a third option - and that was to include Dynamic Includes from a database. It works the same as your "dynamic plugin" but comes from a database recordset rather than being manually input. Will this be added as an option in the near future - or am I just missing a way to do it already?

I find pages becoming unstable if I combine plugin types. For instance, I might include a plugin dynamically, then on the page that is inserted it may include some static plugins.

EG: Page A includes Page B (dynamic through page url) and Page B includes Page C and D statically)

When I try this is fails to work - but being preliminary I don't know if this is by design or not. If I do the same scenerio but with the first step being static as well - everything works fine - it's only occuring when I try to mix dynamic with static.

Any thoughts?

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