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One keyword search for multiple tables?

Thread began 10/19/2009 1:34 pm by gary313807 | Last modified 7/30/2012 11:47 am by gary313807 | 3364 views | 17 replies



A couple "if" statements would do the trick.

First put your drop down in a form with submit. If you don't want to use a submit button, you would have to code a javascript behavior to submit upon any selection being made.

Then at the top of your page, first define all the record sets that are possible.

Then, wrap the entire set of record sets in an if statement that checks to see if submit was pressed.

Then, you will need to wrap EACH recordset into another if statement which checks if the value of the dropdown is equal to what ever you want to test against. If it is equal, then it executes that particular recorset.

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