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Simple? dynamic link

Thread began 10/12/2009 1:12 pm by Martin317528 | Last modified 10/12/2009 4:35 pm by Martin317528 | 1949 views | 5 replies


Simple? dynamic link

I'm trying to add a dynamic link from a php page to a results page that it is populated using a particular field. I could create the particular pages using the 'Where' clause in the record set but I'm sure it can be created dynamically using just the link. I'm close using the link code <a href="page.php?itemID=10"> but there seems to be a cache problem as the browser remembers only the first link I click on. I've tried various recordset permutations, SearchWizard, searched the forums and got a bit lost. I'm guessing that either my recordset is incomplete and/or I'm missing code at the top of the results page. Is there a way that DataAssist or Dreamweaver can create such a link? If so, should I clean up where I am to let a wizard work. I've created quite a monster and it's working so don't want to go back too far. Or, do I need to add hand coding (if the latter, please can I see an example). Thanks

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