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DataAssist Help Required: Filtering via two recordsets

Thread began 9/25/2010 7:28 am by neilo | Last modified 9/27/2010 11:55 am by neilo | 1720 views | 13 replies


DataAssist Help Required: Filtering via two recordsets


I have a page that contains two recordsets (Recordset1 & Recordset2) which contain the information required to place a single wordpress post into that page.

Please forgive the complete lack of technical know-how. I can place dynamic text on the page OK, but I don't know how to filter it through two recordsets. It would not be a repeating region.

I want to place on the page:

• the most recent post (Recordset1: 'post_title', 'post_date', 'post_content')
• of a certain category (Recordset2: 'slug' value = 'site-item')

[If I order Recordset1 by 'post_date' Descending, I presume this will give me the latest post by just putting in the dynamic text as mentioned in the first bullet point above. Is this the correct way? If so, I just need to filter it based on the value in Recordset2.]

Please could someone baby-step me through the process?


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