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Multiple listings sort by primary key

Thread began 2/14/2011 10:57 pm by johnfrancis227818 | Last modified 2/18/2011 7:36 pm by johnfrancis227818 | 1530 views | 7 replies


Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  In the recordset, go to the filtering section, select the CKEY Column, and set it to filter on the URL Variable ckey. This will create the proper syntax for you.  

Hi Jason,

This will not work. My listings utilize two related database tables. The address presented in the listing comes from a table called "contact", the CKEY, which comes from the "listings" table is the primary key for the listing information, such as logo, description, rating, etc... The CKEY appears in the URL string in the address bar. All of the information that is displayed on their listing page is referenced from the CKEY.

So, whenever I change to a different member, the map should change to the address that is associate with the profile. Using the recordset function is limited in Dreamweaver. How do I cross over to gather the address from "contact" table and have it show the proper map?


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